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Q.Planting Daffs And Tulips Late In The Season

Zone DY8 1SE | Danielle Corby added on January 10, 2022 | Answered

Hello. I recently picked up loads of daffodil and tulip bulbs at significant discount due to be so late in the season, I did the same last year and they worked out well but we have a large garden, so needed more. My question is, if I plant so late in the season, will this mean they bloom late every single year on cycle, or just the first year they are planted and then correct themselves? My daffs aren’t starting to show yet, so just wondering if I’ve made a big cock up! Thank you in advance 🙂

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Answered on January 10, 2022

They will correct themselves over time, as long as the bulbs are still alive. Patience will be key, here.



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