The original species of Narcissus Tazetta were introduced from Italy in the Tang Dynasty. They are a variety of French flowering Narcissus. They have been cultivated in China for more than 1000 years. After thousands of years of breeding, they have become a unique product among the world's Narcissus.

Narcissus Tazetta are autumn bulbous greenhouse flower. They like sunshine, have tenacious vitality, can withstand half shade and are not resistant to cold. From July to August, the leaves would fall off and enter dormancy stage, and flower bud differentiation is carried out at the growth point of the bulb during the dormancy period. They have the physiological characteristics of growth in autumn and winter, flowering in early spring and dormancy in summer. Narcissus Tazetta like light, water, and fertilizer. They are suitable for warm and humid climate conditions and fertile sandy soil. They like to be cool in the early stage of growth, slightly cold resistant in the middle stage and warm in the later stage. Therefore, they require that there is no severe cold in winter, no intense heat in summer and rainy climate in spring and autumn.

During the day, Narcissus Tazetta pot should be placed in a sunny place to give sufficient light. The plants need to provide nutrients through chlorophyll photosynthesis, so that Narcissus Tazetta can have broad, straight bright, and green leaves and fragrant flowers.

Narcissus Tazetta have a clear fragrance, and the fragrant oil content of flowers reaches 0.20% ~ 0.45%. After refining, they can be used to prepare essence and spices; they can be used to make perfume, soap, and high-grade cosmetics. Narcissus essence is an indispensable raw material in flavor matching.

Narcissus Tazetta has a romantic meaning: "long-term love takes me away from you gradually. Please don't forget me and please love yourself."