17 Cultivars Listed
Section:Pseudonarcissus N. hispanicus subsp. Bujei
Note : We have also seen this species identified under Section:Nevadensis
Qdaffs is dedicated to offer the lengthiest list of species narcissus to our horticulturally minded friends. We do expect that we will be accused of cultural appropriation by our fiercely partisan Spaniard friends. Oh well, valuable little buggers, but it’s not the Elgin marbles that we are slipping out of Iberia.
N. dubius var. dubius , section Tazetta . Dubius is an important tazetta section species daffodil birthed in Spain. Spectacular detail, pure white with a miniature form. Dubius sprouts early, requires little cold and needs substantial protection in colder zones. Pollen and seed fertile. Super breeder. Father of Crevette.
Section Jonquilla, N. fernandesii var. Cordubensis
Did you ever sit up at night wondering where all the split, the wavy, and the frilly cupped daffodils came from? Not from the stork but from cordubiensis – now you can rest easy and descend into deep daffodil reverie. A species and a feral thing.
N.x odorus var rugulosus
An intersectional cross between N.jonquilla and N.pseudonarcissus or N.hispanica that has been blooming freely since before the Age of Enlightenment. Absolutely feral in the American South. Perennial and fragrant, odorus has many nicknames: Campernelli, Single Campernelle, Rugulosus.
For the time being we are considering Rugulosus to be a variant of N.x odorus.