N. obvallaris
 
Classification:
Division 13 - Species, Wild Variants
Section:
Pseudonarcissus
Season:
Spring
Author(s):
Richard Anthony Salisbury (1761 - 1829)
Publication(s):
Prodromus Stirpium in Horto ad Chapel Allerton Vigentium, Page 221
Year(s) Published:
1796
Chromosomes:
14
Fertility:
Both Seed and Pollen fertile
Used as parent:
13 times as seed, 4 times as pollen
Origin of Name:

Surrounded by a wall, applied to the corona

Synonyms:

‘Tenby Daffodil’, ‘The Tenby Daffodil’

Other Synonyms:

N. bromfieldii Syme; N. concolor Bromfield; N. pseudonarcissus subsp. obvallaris (Salisbury) A. Fernandes; N. pseudonarcissus subsp. obvallaris var. toscanus (Pugsley) A. Fernandes; N. pseudonarcissus subsp. tortuosus var. bromfieldii Syme; N. pseudonarcissus subsp. tortuosus var. concolori Bromfield; N. sibthorpii Haworth; N. toscanus Pugsley (N. obvallaris var. toscanus)