Shall I just dig these up or is there hope for them, a little bit stumped, please help.
Jimbolena says:Shall I just dig these up or is there hope for them, a little bit stumped, please help.
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Posting on behalf of a friend.
Daffodils go "blind" usually because they are starved or over crowded so yes, dig them up if you can and replant at a good depth and with space between each bulb and a generous dollop of pelleted chicken manure or similar and some well rotted garden compost to improve soil texture.
Water them in well and they should produce flowers next year or the year after - assuming no-one has cut off the foliage before it's had time to replenish the bulbs. It needs to be left a minumum of 6 weeks and preferably until it has died down naturally. Never knot it or remove it too early in an attempt to be tidy.
Last edited: 02 June 2016 23:14:34
thanks, will say to her