The daffodil is a type of daffodil
Every daffodil is a daffodil. That sounds strange? Daffodils are a broad genus. Numerous species belong to it as well as the well-known daffodil. They belong to the Amaryllis family of plants and are characterized by their flowers that appear early in the year.
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Both are bulbous plants that have their growing season from March to June. Then they retreat into their bulb and last until the next spring. Furthermore, daffodil and daffodil combine the structure of their flowers, the appearance of their foliage, the location requirements and the care.
Daffodils bloom for Easter
The daffodil rightly bears its name. He points out that it will bloom at Easter. It usually blooms between March and April. Another name she is known by is yellow daffodil.
Other types of daffodils can bloom as early as February. These include, for example, the cyclamen daffodil 'February Gold'. Other types of daffodils don't bloom until late April and into May.
Features of daffodils
Just as all kinds of daffodils are poisonous, so is the daffodil. But what are the characteristics of daffodils like the 'Mount Hood' and 'Dutch Master' varieties?
- native to Europe
- bell-shaped flowers
- yellow flower color
- up to 50 cm high
- lanceolate, green leaves
- grow in the sun or partial shade
Tips & Tricks
Both daffodils and other types of daffodils are great for cutting as a vase flower. But be careful: They are poisonous and skin contact can cause irritation and inflammation.