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TulipaTulipa Posts: 7

Hi there,

I need some help in regarding daffodils ????. I was left with an empty space in this big and long plant pot where I had daffodils.

I just want to know, what can I plant after daffodil flowering? After the leaves die off.... can I use the space for other plant types, without damaging the bulbs.? Can I have plants for the summer time?? I know is quite late in the season but I need for the future.  

Thanks

Maria

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  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,368

    Yes, you can plant annuals or perennials between the daffs. Easier to do it without damaging the bulbs when you can see them next spring but autumn is ok if you're careful. You can replant any you dig up accidentally and it never harms daffs to be dug up and the clumps split up. 

  • TulipaTulipa Posts: 7

    Thanks for you advise nutcutlet. 

    I'll find some Perennials. Any particular  suggestions to the type?

    maria

  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,368

    What's the soil like? How much sun?

    You can grow anything with daffs really, except tiny plants that will get swamped by the leaves.

  • TulipaTulipa Posts: 7

    alright!

    is ought composting and is full sunshine

  • TulipaTulipa Posts: 7

    Sorry I pressed the wrong button 

    Didn't finished writing 

  • TulipaTulipa Posts: 7

    Hi

    I am not sure, it seems quite heavy I digged from the garden and is got lots of multi purpose comppay.

    thanks 

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