Cultivated Daffodil agg. - Narcissus
The golden yellow trumpet flowers of Daffodils are unmistakable, but there are numerous cultivars in addition to the Wild Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus). For this reason we treat all Cultivated Daffodils that are recorded in the wild as Narcissus agg. unless they have been identified to species level and confirmed by an expert. - For further information about identifying Daffodil species see http://www.thedaffodilsite.co.uk/.
Usually introduced along roadsides and streamsides or found where garden waste containing the bulbs has been deposited.
Flowering any time from January to April.
Widespread in Britain as an introduction or an escape from cultivation
Fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland as an introduction or an escape from cultivation. It was not included in the 1979 Flora survey of Leicestershire.
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