Now that the year is winding down, so too, is my bulb planting. Since its rare that my soil is frozen at this time, I generally try to complete all of my bulb planting by December. This allows for ample time for the bulbs to receive their chill period required for bloom. In this post, I’ll be trench planting daffodils.
The process of trench planting daffodils is very simple. First, I dig a trench that is roughly twice the depth as the bulb height. When planting daffodils, I can definitely get away with planting more shallow, but it may require some mulching for the bulbs to do well through the winter. After arranging the bulbs in the trench, I simply cover them with soil.
How do you plant daffodil flowers? Do you have any special tips or tricks? I’d love to know all about it in the comments below. Thank you so much for stopping by!