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How to Divide Daffodils

by Lesley Barker
Daffodils grow from bulbs that you plant in the fall. They are one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring each year and they come up year after year once they are planted. Like all bulbs, they are propagating under the ground where you can't see them. For the first several years the flowers get...

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