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How to Split Daffodils

by Kathryn Hatter
Late spring, when tulips and daffodils begin to wane, is the time to rearrange your early blooming flower beds. If you noticed that your once-vibrant daffodil bed is looking haggard and sparse, this indicates that you need to dig up the daffodil bulbs and divide them. Split daffodils every three yea...
Sandy Couzens
Sandy Couzens • 2 years ago

Split Daffodil's late spring after bloom- dig 6" down & plant 6" apart.

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