What is Narcissus?

Narcissus (scientific name: Narcissus) is a cold-resistant bulb native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean.
It produces trumpet-shaped, downward-facing flowers from winter to spring. Flower colors include yellow, white, orange, and pink. The genus name Narcissus is derived from a beautiful young man in Greek mythology. It is said that Narcissus (Narcisse in French) fell in love with his reflection in the surface of a spring and died of emaciation, leaving behind an unfulfilled love, from which narcissus grew.
Narcissus or daffodil (scientific name: Narcissus) is a hardy bulbs of the department Amaryllidaceae of Narcissus genus.

Lineage of Narcissus

Phylogenetically, Narcissus can be classified as follows
Original species, Astragalus narcissus, Large Cup Narcissus, Small Cup Narcissus, Small cup narcissus, Yaezaki daffodil,Fusazaki daffodil, Jonquil, Triandrus, Cyclamineus (scientific name: Narcissus cyclamineus), Poetics, Split corona.

Types of Narcissus, Daffodils

In Japan, there are several species of narcissus, including the Narcissus chinensis (Narcissus tazetta var. chinensis), the Trumpet daffodils (Narcissus pseudonarcissus), the Grand soleildor(Narcissus tazetta cv. odoru), Narcissus 'Lorikeet' (scientific name: Narcissus 'Lorikeet'), and Narcissus poeticus (scientific name: Narcissus poeticus) are planted. Narcissus cyclamineus 'Tete a tete'(scientific name: Narcissus cyclamineus 'Tete a tete') is a dwarf variety.

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