Not all daffodils are jonquils but all jonquils are daffodils.
Daffodil, narcissus or Jonquil?
“daffodil” refers to the large-flowered varieties,
“narcissus” to small-flowered and early blooming types bearing clusters of blossoms,
“Jonquil” denotes N. jonquils, often with fragrant, yellow flowers
What is the difference between daffodils and narcissus? They are the same. Narcissus is the Latin or botanical name for all daffodils. Daffodil is the common name for the genus Narcissus.
Old House Gardens has heirloom bulbs and will consume hours of your time reading and learning about these rare beauties.
One of my favorite bulb buying sites because daffodils and tulips just need to be planted in mass Color Blends.
In the catalog, blue tulips are advertised but the tulip that arrives on you front porch will be lavender.
There is no such thing as a blue tulip. Some look blue and are described as blue, but they are lilac or violet.
You won’t find truly black tulips either. Some tulips are very dark, like eggplants. They can look black in certain light, but black tulips do not exist.
Tulipa is a genus of bulbous flowering plants in the family Liliaceae.
Plant tulips anytime October through December – any time before the ground freezes. Feed tulips in the early spring, before they bloom.
Yellow tulips and daffodils, front porch.
Spring flowering bulb collection named Aladdin’s Carpet, The wild tulips blend of six of these beauties with three muscari and a dwarf daffodil. Tulips from Colorblends.