The varieties gracilis and tenuior are now supposed to be hybrids between the Jonquil and some other species, or between N. intermedius and juncifolius, N. intermedius itself being a hybrid between some form of N.
The Jonquil, when strongly grown on a warm border, is handsome and very sweet-scented, and N. gracilis is the latest of all single Narcissi, as it blooms with N. poeticus fl.-pl. in May or early June.
Rush Jonquil (Hybrid Narcissi Juncifolius) - A small plant, suitable only for sheltered borders, for stone edgings, and for pot-culture in a cold frame.
In Bloom by Jonquil: With its short length and white lace trim, this is the perfect matching style for the warmer weather months.
Jonquil (Hybrid Narcissi Jonquilla) - Long known in gardens, and imported from Italy and Holland for forcing in pots.
The double Jonquil is rarely seen doing well in open ground, but as a pot-plant it is handsome.
A form with sweet-scented double flowers is known as Queen Ann's jonquil; N.
Odorus, known as the campernelle jonquil, has two to four uniform bright yellow flowers, and is considered a hybrid between N.
The hardier forms of this set thrive in the open border, but the smaller sorts, like Queen Ann's jonquil, are better taken up in autumn and replanted in February; they bloom freely about April or May.
The jonquil, N.