Storing Daffodil Bulbs in a Northern Climate

Anonymous added on November 23, 2014 | Answered

I bought daffodil bulbs at a 75% off sale. How can I store them till they are ready for planting next year? We are supposed to plant them in fall but are experiencing strong winter storms in Utah. I would like to store them until next fall. Thank you.

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Answered on November 24, 2014

Wrap them in newspaper and you can simply place them in a cold, dry place, like a shed or a garage. They will store until spring when they can be planted. They need cold in order to be able to bloom next year. Make sure to plant them as soon as you possibly can in the spring.

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