Digging Daffodils

Anonymous added on March 28, 2018 | Answered

I know this is not the right time to dig daffodils but I have access to a number of houses with daffodils and they are going to be bulldozed. What's your advice? Will they survive or are they likely not to make it? Should I re-pot them or dry them out? If possible I would like to sell them at the end of May to benefit a local wildflower garden, so I need to do something asap.

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Answered on March 28, 2018

It is possible to dig and transplant daffodils in spring, preferably just after flowering, but it's best to replant them immediately, so I think re-potting them is a good plan. That way, they'll stay healthy and will be ready to sell in May.

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