The spring flower is in full bloom at the National Botanic Garden in Carmarthenshire.
Laura Davies, senior horticulturist at the Garden said: "The plants can be forgiven for being confused by the seasons.
"This year was the most topsy-turvy year we've had.
"There was a long hot spring when April was like June, followed by a record-breaking wet summer and then a long, dry, very mild autumn.
"And it's not just the daffodils that are now confused.
"Here at the garden, we've had violets flowering in October, a poppy out for Remembrance Day, a grape hyacinth in November and quite a few primulas basking in the autumn sunshine at the beginning of this month."