Plant variety groups are often named after their parents, and this case, great-grandparents of your daffodils include Narcissus cyclamineus. It’s easy to recognize Cyclamineus Narcissus plants when they’re in flower. The flowers droop gracefully downwards with the backswept outer petals sometimes being reminiscent of cyclamen flowers. If you’re looking for iconic varieties, you’ll find several of them in this category, including the top-selling February Gold, Jetfire, and the heritage favourite Tete a Tete. The gracefully pendulous blooms of the Cyclamineus Narcissi make them a superb addition to your garden. We’ve included a couple of surprises in our selection, so be sure to take a look.