Myrtle Beach, So
|I bought daffodil and hyacinth, in pots a week ago (on sale) and planted them in the yard. are they going to come back next yr?
|Answer from NGA
March 24, 2010
|There's no reason they shouldn't grow and flower for you next year. When the flowers are spent, cut off the flowering stems but leave the foliage to ripen and die down. When that happens, cut away the dead foliage. You might want to mark where the bulbs are planted so you don't accidentally dig them up if you plant something else. Best wishes with your flower garden!
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