The Bunch-Flowered Daffodil That Brightens Up Any Room

Say hello to the Narcissus Tazetta, a charming plant that's more commonly known as the Bunch-Flowered Daffodil. This delightful plant is a tuber and non-woody perennial that brings a touch of springtime to your home all year round.

Narcissus tazetta

Partial To Full Sun

Can handle a mix of direct and bright light throughout the day.

Moderate Water Needs

Needs regular watering (multiple times a week), but can manage occasional variations.

Prefers Loamy or Sandy Soils

Best in loamy or sandy soils. Rocky soil may pose moderate challenges.

Highly Adaptable Soil pH

Suitable for all pH environments, from acidic to alkaline.

Significant Human Health Risks

This plant is toxic and may cause severe health issues.

Safe for Pets

No known safety risks to pets and livestock.


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About Narcissus tazetta

Standing at a modest 1-1.5 feet tall and spreading out to about 4-6 inches wide, the Narcissus Tazetta is a compact plant that packs a punch. Its azure and lime leaves provide a vibrant backdrop for the pearl-colored flowers that bloom in the early season. And did we mention it's scented? That's right, this plant doesn't just look good - it smells great too!

Despite its common name, the Bunch-Flowered Daffodil is not actually a daffodil. It's a type of narcissus, a genus that includes daffodils but also contains other species. So while it may look like a daffodil, it's got its own unique charm!

Also known as

Bunch flowered narcissus
Bunch-Flowere Daffodil
Bunch-flowered Daffodil
Bunch-flowered Narcissus
Bunchflower daffodil
Bunchflower narcissi
Chinese sacred-lily
Cream narcissus
French daffodil
Polyanthus narcissus

Our design recommendations

The Narcissus Tazetta is a versatile plant that can thrive in a variety of locations. It's perfect for indoor planting in a vessel, adding a pop of color and a pleasant scent to any room. But it can also do well outdoors, provided it's protected from harsh weather conditions.