Asked on Mar 24, 2013
My yard must be possessed by demons because my flowers don't bloom anymore. The daffodils haven't bloomed for 2 or 3
years (had one bloom this year -- transplanted AND planted new ones in the fall of 2011, fertilized, etc.), last yr my irises had maybe 2 blooms and had about the same with my tiger lilies and day lilies. The green parts of the daffodils are still up and my irises' green parts are up and the lilies are coming along. The irises show no signs of their planning to bloom and some neighbors' are already blooming nicely. I want to transplant all of them and the lilies need lots of thinning out. I'm sure if I do that now, it's not the right time, but since I don't anticipate any blooms, anyway, it seems like it would do no harm, and since all of the green parts are visible, I'll know what I'm digging up. Is this a horrible idea? And what can I add to the soil to make them bloom? My fertilizer and bone meal added to the daffodils did no good. :-( BTW, I don't get a lot of sun, but it's about the same as it's been for a few years now when the flowers DID bloom.