How to Care for Daffodils

How to Care for Daffodils Daffodils are one of those flowers that always bring cheer to any setting, and because they are a spring perennial, they are harbingers of more enjoyable weather and relief from the cold of winter. Once you have purchased (or cut your own) white or yellow-petaled flowers and brought them inside, you’ll need to care for them–this will extend their indoor shelf-life, and get the maximum enjoyment from their cheerful display. Here are some things you can do to ensure long life for your daffodils: Cut or buy when Daffodils are closed –  when you purchase or cut them from your own garden, do so when the flowers are still partially closed.  They will open up nicely once you place them in a vase with water. Solo arrangement – daffodils exude a sap which can be harmful to other flowers, so it’s safest to keep them in a separate vase. If you want to include them with other flowers, you can get around this problem by first leaving the daffodils in a water-filled v


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