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Daffodil Bulbs Bloomed in January

Posted by solx21 Zone 8 (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 28, 13 at 22:22

My daffodils were about to bloom just before 18 degree night, I decided to take them inside in a window box. An Ice storm came shortly after that, those that I left outside obviously didn't bloom and may have died back. Those I brought in are either starting to grow, bloomed, or getting ready to bloom. Is there any way I can let them grow now and then cut them back after they finish blooming and replant them for Spring in march?

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RE: Daffodil Bulbs Bloomed in January

I think you should leave the them alone outside in the ground. Daffodils are basically winter flowers. They can take a great deal of cold. They know when to bloom. Mine have been blooming for a couple of weeks too. We had snow and 24 degrees. They made it through with flying colors!

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