Trying to grow a flower garden might seem like an easy task, but if you don’t know how to dig up bulbs this can become quite the challenging task. Different types of soil will require different methods for digging up your plants and bulbs.
Digging up bulbs is not a difficult task, but it can be time-consuming. The “easiest way to dig up bulbs” is to use a shovel and make sure that you have the right soil conditions before digging.
Should you dig up daffodil bulbs after flowering?
A: No, it is not recommended to dig up daffodil bulbs after they have flowered. The flowers are the only part of the plant that produce nectar and pollen. Once they have flowered, there is no more nectar or pollen produced by the plant.
The “how to store bulbs after flowering” is a question that I have seen more than once. The answer is simple, just keep them in the ground during the winter months.
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