The daffodil flag has been flying in our garden for about three weeks now. There have been a number of autumn blooming hybrids in the garden. Here are a few that I find interesting.
One of these has N. obsoletus as one parent. Narcissus obsoletus is the proper name for what has previously been called N. elegans. The name change is reviewed in the most recent Daffodil Journal.
Crossing N. viridiflorus with N. cavanillessii gave these seedlings below which are slightly larger than the pollen parent. There is a very reduced corona but it is larger than that of N. cavanillessii.