Yellow trumpet daffodils are far and away the world’s most popular style of daffodils. But why stop there when the daffodil world has so much more to offer? According to the American Daffodil Society, there are 13 official daffodil flower types and more than 25,000 named cultivars!
So how do you decide which varieties to plant in your garden? Start with these 10 timeless favorites. All have proven to be vigorous, sturdy and reliably perennial. They include many different flower styles and bloom times, so you will get a full month of spring color every year.
Want to learn more about growing daffodils? You might be interested in reading: Best Daffodils for Naturalizing, Types of Daffodils to Know and Grow, and All About Daffodils. Or how about the History of Tulips and Daffodils, How to divide spring bulbs or How to plant Daffodils properly? There is a wealth of great information about daffodils and more on our National Garden Bureau members web sites.
Thank you to Kathleen LaLiberte, Longfield Gardens for providing this information.