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Lots of my daffs did not produce flowers this year, just foliage. What should I do with them.
!. dig up and put on compost heap.
2. dig up, dry out and plant again next year
3. leave well alone and see what happens next year.
I believe these fellows are known as “blind bulbs”

Appreciate your advice,
regards Ian Booth

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Hi Ian

Feeing bulb food before flowering in winter is ideal to support daffs with flowering. Yes you have blind bulbs there but they may just be hungry. I always twist and knot my daffodil foliage once flowering have finished and then the leaves will rot down to feed the bulbs over summer.

Happy gardening

Maria

Palmers garden consultant

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