These daffodils have mid-size blooms, very short cups and a sweet fragrance. They produce many flowers, up to 20 per sturdy stem, and naturalize well when grown in climates with wet winters and dry summers. Tazettas are reliable perennials that return year after year in greater numbers. They provide magnificent drifts of colour when their bulbs are planted in large groups. They are great in beds and borders, near shrubs, beneath deciduous trees and in containers. They are popularly used for forcing indoors and make terrific cut flowers. Try planting them with other perennials, whose foliage will mask the decaying leaves of the earlier-sprouting daffodils.