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The great thing about daffodils is that they multiply each year and turn into large clumps like this. Use them in meadows or in gardens.

The Beth Chatto Gardens - Woodland Garden. The Beth Chatto Gardens began in 1960. From an overgrown wasteland with poor gravel soil and boggy hollows, it has been transformed into an informal garden harmonising with the surrounding countryside. The gardens are an inspiration to anyone who visits them - the art of planting at its best.

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Expert gardening tips to get the most out of yours for spring

SEASONAL – SPRING – a time for blossoms and colorful flowers to make an appearance, the cycle of renewal and rebirth among nature continues with the tulip magnolia trees and daffodils at kew gardens in london.

from The Garden Glove

Brighten Your Garden with Daffodils

Pink Daffodils might make a substitute for tulips if you have deer. As well as being easier to grow -- I've got a black thumb for tulips:(

from Gardener's Journal

Dig Once, Plant Twice

Dig Once, Plant Twice: layering bulbs for staggered blooms. Includes bulb combos that work with this method.