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Daffodil Companions

Daffodil Companions

After Daffodil bulbs bloom, their foliage needs to be left alone until it withers. If you cut, fold, or braid the leaves before they have yellowed and collapsed, you may prevent the bulb from storing the energy required to bloom the following year. The good news, is that you can hide the spent foliage by interplanting Daffodil bulbs with leafy perennials such as Hostas, Daylilies, and Ferns or with annuals or ground covers like Brunnera or Vinca. We've compiled a list of plants to choose from to get you started.
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