I've had some feedback from Spanish botanists about the naming of the larger species. The names comply with the RHS Botanical list, which was last updated in 2018, but it seems there has been much lumping and renaming in the last few years, and conflict between different taxonomists, largely because of more observation in the wild leading to more understanding of variation within a single species. From a horticultural standpoint, plants can look very different, whereas botanically they may turn out to be just different morphs of the same species. No doubt as more DNA analysis is used, there will be further name changes. This will pose problems for nurseries selling bulbs as it is not helpful to the customer to offer distinctly different (to the eye) plants under a single name, and is something that will need to be addressed.
I do not have the knowledge to make decisions about naming, and am using the names I was given along with the bulbs, so if you would like to know the names that have been suggested as alternatives, I list them here and in brackets on the list. If you are buying for a specific species/subspecies, I cannot give you a 100% definitive identification. It would be great if all the taxonomists could come to an agreement, but that seems very unlikely in the near future, so I am offering the larger species as seen in the photo. What you see is what you will get. Even if the names are unclear, they still make wonderful garden plants.
N. bicolor = N. pseudonarcissus subsp pseudonarcissus
N. hispanicus subsp. bujei = N. confusus
N. nobilis var. leonensis = N. pseudonarcissus
N. nobilis var. nobilis = N. pseudonarcissus
N. pseudonarcissus = N. bicolor
N. varduliensis = N. pseudonarcissus
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