I showed you the early bloomers: Trumpets and Large Cups including Ice Follies, Fortune, Juanita and Carlton around Bloom Day. The Thirteenth, the Fifteenth and the Sixteenth you saw those and The Doubles, Erhlicheer and Ice King. Minis Little Gem, Tete a Tete, Jet Fire, February Gold and Topolino, Jonquila Sweetness and some ancient Tazettas that we call Narcissus -- they are all Narcissus, botanically.
Now blooming are Triandrus: Thalia, Ice Wings and Hawera; Jonquilla Sailboat, Doubles Tahiti and Van Sion, and the lovely Large Cup, Pink Charm.
If I had to choose a favorite it would probably be Ice Follies. A Large Cup that does well in the south, Ice Follies was one of the first I planted here. Its season here was extended because I planted new bulbs last fall. Many of them bloomed a little late.
Ice Follies fades to white as it matures.
My favorite of the new bulbs might be Tahiti.
I can hardly wait to see Salome. Who's waiting to bloom at your place?