Deadheading is an integral part of daffodil care after blooming. It brings your daffodil plant back to its original condition. More importantly, it is going to make the plant ready for next year’s bloom.
This is necessary to help the plant build the bulbs for the next season. Caring for daffodils once they have flowered is a critical task, and it’s going to improve the next season’s daffodils significantly.
Daffodils have one additional task for you to undertake every 3 to 10 years. You will need to divide your bulbs, and the time to do so is determined by how closely you spaced your bulbs. When foliage becomes crowded and the number and size of blooms decreases, it is time to divide your bulbs.
How To Care For Daffodils After Flowering – The Division Of Bulbs
Now that you know what to do with daffodils after flowering, you know how to care for the plant and the bulbs. You will need dedication and patience after you have harvested your flowers or after they have died to do so.