One flower to a stem; corona (trumpet) as long as, or longer than the perianth segments (petals)"
One flower to a stem; corona more than one third, but less than equal to the length of the perianth
One flower per stem; corona not more than one third the length of the perianth segments.
One or more flowers to a stem, with doubling of the perianth segments or corona or both.
Usually two or more pendant flowers to a stem; perianth segments reflexed
One flower to a stem; perianth segments significantly reflexed; flower at an acute angle to the stem with very short neck.
One to five flowers per stem; perianth segments spreading or reflexed; corona cup-shaped, funnel-shaped or flared, usually wider than long and fragrant
Usually three to twenty flowers to a stout stem; perianth segments spreading not reflexed; flowers usually fragrant
Usually one flower to a stem; perianth pure white; corona very short or disc-shaped; usually green and / or yellow centre and a red rim. Flowers usually fragrant
Usually one flower per stem; perianth segments insignificant compared with the dominant corona.
Corona split – usually for more than half its length.
Daffodil cultivars which do not fit into the definition of any of the other 11 divisions
Daffodils solely distinguished by botanical name. All species and wild or reputedly wild variants and hybrids