Last week, I went to Hampton Court Palace to see the wonderful display of daffodils which are now in full bloom.
It was quite an eye-opener to see how many different varieties were growing there. Apparently, there are now thousands of hybrids which have been bred over the centuries.
Here, I’ve captured just a few of them.
Narcissus is the botanical name for flowers in the daffodil family. In the UK however, we generally call the larger yellow, orange or white trumpet-shaped flowers ‘daffodils’ and the smaller, scented types ‘narcissi’.… Read more