Sue Sanderson

Sue Sanderson – our horticulturist expert


Sue Says
If the foliage has died back completely, then it is best to use the method of laying the bulb in a tray in a dark corner under some brown paper, leaving them until it is time to replant them late in the autumn. However, daffodils can be moved after flowering, before the foliage dies back. When you lift them, try to leave a reasonable rootball of soil around them to minimise the risk of piercing through them with your garden fork. Replant them in their new position at the same depth and give them a good drink of water to settle the soil back around them.

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