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How to Split Daffodil Bulbs

by Tonya Goodspeed
Daffodil bulbs naturally replenish (meaning a single bulb becomes a cluster of 2 or 3 bulbs) annually or biennially after they finish blooming. Unfortunately, after they're left in the same spot for several years, these clumps of bulbs start competing for food and room to grow. If your bulbs aren't ...
Sandy Couzens
Sandy Couzens • 3 years ago

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

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