Replanting Daffodils

bomoseen20 added on May 6, 2016 | Answered

My garden was dug up to prepare a new landscape and along with it were many daffodils. The workers saved them for me and put them in many empty pots but it hasn't stopped raining since the work was done and I haven't been able to re-plant them. They had just finished blooming and still have the greens attached. How do I re-plant them and how long can they stay out of the ground?

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Answered on May 6, 2016

let the green leaves dry out, depending on where you live, I would plant them in the fall,dig a hole throw in a little fertilizer and plant with eye up and cover with dirt.
And hope the squirrels don't dig them up:-)

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