introduction about daffodil colours identifying the divisions list of divisions  
D10   D11   D12
Like N. bulbocodium, one flower per stem with tiny petals and a large, funnel-shaped trumpet, with a long-emergent style and prominent exerted anthers (e.g. Kenellis).   No cylindrical trumpet, corona segments are petal-like and either placed opposite the petal (D11a Collar Daffodils) or as (typically 6) petal-like segments alternating with the petals (D11b Papillon Daffodils) (e.g. Sunny Side Up).   A rag-bag of cultivars that do not fit comfortably into any of the other Divisions 1 to 11 (e.g. Jumblie).
You should now know the basics needed to start to identify your specimen.

Information on other characteristics that might be useful for identification (e.g. zoned colouration) can be found in the 'Glossary' section.

There is also an alphabetical list of cultivar common names which you can consult if you want to look up a particular variety.

If you're ready to try to identify your specimen then click on one of the links to The Guide. Enjoy!

All the daffodils that are known only by their botanical names (i.e. species and hybrids, rather than cultivars) (e.g. N. tazetta subsp. lacticolor).        
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