I would add some bone meal to the soil to provide your daffodils with
slow release Phosphorus. In addition, it's helpful to provide them with
a fertilizer that is high in Potassium and Phosphorus as a soil drench.
Don't cut back the foliage.
how much sun do they get each day?
do you cut the leaves off before they
turn yellow and dry out?
are they planted together really close?
are they overgrown with something else?
hard to plant too deep so i'd say that's
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