Anonymous added on March 19, 2017 | Answered

I usually have a good display of flowers on my snowdrop plants but this year the flowers have come up but then disappeared. What can be taking/eating them, please?

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Answered on March 20, 2017

You can fertilize the bulbs after blooming to help them.
When you began to notice less flowers, this is the sign to lift and divide the plants.
Do this after blooming, they generally will fall apart, divide and plant right away.

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