Daffodils After The Bloom

We live in new england (zone 5) and have some daffodils in our landscape. They have bloomed and lost there flowers. Is there any suggested ways to cleanup or cover the leftover foliage without impacting next year's bloom?
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Thanks, rw
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My mother just left them alone until the foliage died; my wife folds the foliage over and ties it with one leaf, then pulls the foliage when it has died. Both ways work well; my wife's way gives a neater appearance.
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overplant with hostas in shade and peonies in sun. Ingrid

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i use beareded iris and daylilies to hide the daff leaves.
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