introduction about daffodil colours identifying the divisions list of divisions  
D1   D2   D3
One flower per stem; the petal is as long or longer than the trumpet (e.g. Tannaghmore).   One flower per stem; the petal is shorter than the trumpet, but not less than 1/3 as long (e.g. Bryanston)   One flower per stem; the petal is more than 3 times as long as the dish-like trumpet (e.g. Doctor Hugh)
D4   D5   D6
Double-daffodils, with multiple sets of petals and/or trumpet segments (e.g. Gay Charlie).   Like N. triandrus, typically has 2 or more hanging flowers per stem, each flower with relexed petals (e.g. Lapwing)   Like N. cyclamineus, with one slender, stream-lined flower per stem with strongly reflexed petals (e.g. Jetfire).
D7   D8   D9
Like N. jonqilla, fragrant and have 1 to 5 (rarely to 8) flowers per stem (e.g. Dickcissel).   Like N. tazetta, fragrant and have 3 to 20 flowers per stem with spreading (not reflexed) petals (e.g. Penipol).   Like N. poeticus, one flower per stem, pure white petals , and a short, disc-like corona which is often three-coloured (green at the base and red at the rim) (e.g. Bushmills).
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