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Division 10

'Golden Bells' - a Division 10 daffodil cultivar Bulbocodium Daffodil Cultivars

Division 10 daffodil cultivars have many of the characteristics of the petticoat daffodil, (N. bulbocodium), the dominant parent in their ancestry. Bulbocodium cultivars have just one flower to a stem; perianth segments that are small and insignificant compared with the dominant funnel shaped corona; anthers that are attached more or less centrally to the filament of the stamen, which is curved, as is the pistil's style. These are small daffodils, usually only 4-6" tall. Most of the petticoat daffodils are hardy in zones 6-8, some only to zone 7.






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