The fragrance is intoxicating on many of the varieties, especially the late-blooming "Jonquil" type Daffodils that have multiple blossoms per stem.
What's the difference between a Daffodil, a Naricissus and a Jonquil? Narcissus is the Latin or botanical name for Daffodils. According to the American Daffodil Society, a Jonquil is a type of Daffodil that has multiple flower and rounded foliage.
There is so much diversity in Daffodil varieties, from color to form to bloom time. We've managed to add varieties to our gardens that give us a bloom time of over 6 weeks! The blossoms can handle temperatures in the 20s at night and still keep blooming. And the deer, rabbits and mice leave Daffodils alone. They seem like the perfect plant!
Here are more photos of Daffodils in the garden. Enjoy!