Daffodils: All are not yellow

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Narcissus x 'Kedron' (N. jonquilla X N. x 'Apricot Distinction)
Narcissus x 'Kedron' is a true jonquil (Division 7) with an orange corona, and not-quite-yellow tepals. The color is rather a washed-out apricot actually. It's among my least favourite fower colors. Still, I do grow N. x 'Kedron' because it is distinctive and unusual.
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The Green Jonquil (Narcissus viridiflorus), also known as Campanitas. Is a rare species of Narcissus endemic to southern Spain and northern Morocco. Besides being green, it is also flowers in Autumn and only releases its fragrance at night.
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Sinopel Daffodil has a spring-green cup.
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Have that one, its a very late bloomer. I tend to focus on "when the bloom" not always if I like the flower. Think all daffs are beautiful. But I like to have a continued flow of fresh blooming until the latest I can find. So far the latest one is called Moonflower, its a sweet disc shaped face.
 

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