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greenhouse_gal
Southern NJ
United States
(Zone 7a)

April 3, 2011
9:46 AM

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I have very few in my plantings. They aren't really crowded, either, and I see other clumps of daffodils elsewhere that are much fuller, and they are blooming up a storm. Even clumps on neglected vacant properties often look better than mine. I am wondering whether there are different types of daffodils - some that bloom better even when they have multiplied and some that don't like neighbors. We have had these bulbs for ages and some years they do well and in other years the bloom is very sparse, like this season. I think this is the worst year so far. I have very few for cut flowers.

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