That's a delightful bunch, Fermi. I've given up on daffodils -- the narcissus bulb fly (two types) finds every bulb in my garden. <sigh>
Bellevue, Washington Zone 7-8
They are lovely, Fermi! There you see, you can grow plants I can't! I have tried several times but they disappear quickly.
Rogaland, Norway - with cool, often rainy summers (29C max) and mild, often rainy winters (180 cm/year)!
Here are a few more Div 6 daffs
Fermi de Sousa,
Central Victoria, Australia
Min: -7C, Max: +40C
These little guys are always my favorites.
Rick Rodich zone 4a. Annual precipitation ~24 inches
near Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
mine too, but i guess my "favorites" change with the season!
Here are another couple from Keira Bulbs last year,
Such nice little beauties.....
A month long blooming daffodil would be stupendous here! Our springs are so short.
On the other hand, with climate change, our falls are getting longer.
Well, Rick, it did have a flower open a month earlier and a few in between but not a huge number!
This is the second flower on the Narcissus bulbocodium - didn't notice till it fully opened that it had 12 petals!
On the way to work I went past clumps of white flowers which turned out to be an old hybrid known as "Twin sisters" Narcissus x medioluteus (according to Daffseek - I think I knew it originally as x biflorus)
One last pic of "Twin Sisters"
My first Narcissus of the 2013/14 season and very early too. Narcissus Nylon Group grown from seed sown September 2009 and flowering for the first time. Must make a note and see if it's as early next year.
in Devon, UK Zone 9b
We have had to give up on Narcissus in the gardens. Virtually all the ones planted in 2012 were eaten out by Narcissus Bulb Fly. I discovered this when I had to move a clump to a new location earlier this autumn. It is a shame, since the deer don't like them. Thankfully, the deer haven't bothered our tulips or Hostas yet!
Southwest Nova Scotia, zone 6b or thereabouts