Thursday, March 23, 2017


Have your daffodils, hyacinths, and crocus finished blooming?  The only thing you need to do is to cut off the faded flower head.  Leave the leaves, though.  This is where the plant gets its energy to store up food for next year's blooms.  Don't braid them either.  Just let them fade to yellow and then remove them.  If you noticed that you had fewer blooms this year, it may be time to divide the bulbs.  Once the foliage has turned yellow, you can dig the bulbs up and replant immediately or store in a cool, dry place over the summer for replanting in the fall.  Here's an article with more information: