Transplanting Daffodils in January

We have had a warm December so my daffodils are all up several inches. In fact, down by the creek, some of them already have buds. Today, I decided to try an experiment and dig up several clumps and see if I can grow them inside before the freezing rain and snow started to fall. I have no idea if I will end up with beautiful daffodils in a few weeks or not, but it is a fun experiment to try.

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Transplanting Daffodils in January

Daffodils are my favorite flower and make me smile when they start to bloom. So, if I can bring a few of them inside and watch them bloom in the next few months of winter, I’m willing to give this a try.

I dug as deep a hole as possible in the hopes that I would not disrupt the bulbs, then took the pots into the barn where it was warmer.

Now, I’m ready to watch and see what happens. Have you ever dug up daffodils at this stage? Do you think I’ll get blooms? I can’t wait to find out!

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