introduction about daffodil colours identifying the divisions list of divisions  
 
This section of the site will guide you through a number of steps to help you to identify a daffodil specimen. To begin to narrow down the possibilities, the first step is to identify the combination of colours present in your daffodil. The crucial areas are the petals and the trumpet.
 
Next, you will be shown a number of 'divisions' into which your specimen might be classified. These are defined by differences in the shape of the flower.
 
Having chosen the combination of division and colour which most closely matches your specimen you will arrive at a page of cultivars. In some cases there may be many different options, while other, rarer, combinations might narrow the choice down to just one or two cultivars.