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Re your edit summary Sorry... OK to include tete-a-tete here, then?: Please don't be sorry; classification of narcissus is not an exact science, and I was being nitpicky about the division. It makes more sense to include it there, yes, but I'm wondering why you think it should be included at all. There are tens of thousands of named daffodil cultivars, so singling one out seems a bit odd. Rivertorch (talk) 20:09, 10 December 2008 (UTC)
- Hi! I am not a botanist; please feel free to remove it if you like. I don't mind. (I thought it was a particularly popular cultivar.) My main reason for including it was that I included it at Tete a tete, a disambiguation page, but of course this doesn't mean it necessarily has to appear on Narcissus (genus). Sam5 (talk) 20:52, 10 December 2008 (UTC)
- I'm not a botanist, either, just a spring bulb enthusiast of sorts. The ADS database seems to be the best online reference. Btw, I see that at least one vendor does list Tete a Tete as a Division 6 (cyclamineus) in its catalog. The ADS may have changed its classification; it wouldn't be the first time. In any case, I'm inclined to think your edit is fine, and wonder: do you think it would be helpful for that section to list several popular cultivars in each division. Rivertorch (talk) 02:56, 11 December 2008 (UTC)