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Storing Daffodils

Posted by mommyfox 7 (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 5, 08 at 8:47

Ok, so I have a bed of daffodils that's about to be disturbed, possibly removed entirely. How can I store the bulbs? Should I plant them again immediately, or can I dust them with something, let them dry and pack 'em away like I do my caladiums in the winter?


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RE: Storing Daffodils

Replant them as soon as possible. The bulbs just sit underground, waiting for their timer to go off in the spring. While you are replanting, a little bone meal or rotted manure wouldn't hurt. I envy you a whole bed of daffodils!


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RE: Storing Daffodils

How deep are daffodils supposed to be. I got a box full that In the mail with the foliage still intact a couple of months ago and replanted right away but now that the foliage is gone I keep finding bulbs popping up with no roots when I pull grass and weeds out.


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