Answer: Your daffodils should bloom in late February or early March. If you planted your bulbs too deeply, they will take longer to emerge so I don't think there's anything wrong with the bulbs in the deeper pots, they're just taking longer to show foliage. Yellowing foliage can indicate soil that's too wet or dry. The soil should remain moist but not soggy wet. Give your bulbs a few more weeks and they should bloom beautifully for you. Enjoy!
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