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A look at how to care for daffodils after they bloom and why you should never remove the foliage.
When to divide daffodils and how to replant them.
Discover when to plant daffodils and under what conditions they will thrive best.
Discover the optimal soil pH for Daffodils and methods to raise or lower the pH level of your soil.
How to plant daffodils one of the easiest, lowest maintenance flowering bulbs.
Daffodils ARE poisonous. Discover which parts of the plants cause the most worry.
Discover how to avoid daffodil bulb rot to ensure that the pathogens do not spread to your healthy plants.
Discover when you fertilize daffodils, what kind of fertilizer is best, and the optimal amount to use during fertilizing.
If daffodils do not spread how do they end up in locations where they were never planted?
Daffodils ARE perennials, in fact that belong to a subcategory called herbaceous perennials.
Generally speaking, cut back daffodils 6-8 weeks after they bloom. Remove them individually by hand. Do not mow down foliage or cut with a knife or scissors as this can encourage the spread of viruses and disease to the plant.
Discover how to transplant daffodils. How often, what time of year, dividing, and important tips for transplanting.