Putting down an application of fertilizer in mid-winter is an easy task to prepare your daffodils to bloom in the spring.
Putting down an application of fertilizer in mid-winter is an easy task to prepare your daffodils to bloom in the spring. News & Observer File Photo - Scott Sharpe ssharpe@newsobserver.com
Putting down an application of fertilizer in mid-winter is an easy task to prepare your daffodils to bloom in the spring. News & Observer File Photo - Scott Sharpe ssharpe@newsobserver.com

Gardening: Now is the time to fertilize daffodils and tulips

January 27, 2017 10:00 AM

UPDATED January 24, 2017 09:58 AM

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