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March 26, 2008


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I have three pots of forced tete a tete daffodils that I used for Easter centerpieces. I was reading the "how to care for this plant" label and just about fell off my chair when I read, "after blooming, pinch off the leaves and save the bulbs to plant in your garden." Anyone who follows that advice most definitely won't be seeing daffodils next year!

I've had mixed success with planting previously forced bulbs - now I finally understand why. I didn't realise they were treated so harshly. Thanks for the explantion :)

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