Daffodil cultivars in the Tazetta Division have many of the characteristics of the dominant parent in their hybrid ancestry: bunch-flowered daffodil (N. tazetta). These cultivars are characterized by having three to twenty very fragrant flowers on rather thick stems; broad, spreading perianth segments; small, shallow coronas; and wide leaves. They are often called "paperwhites." Some are hardy in zones 5-9, but many are hardy only to zone 7. Flowering season varies from very early to late.