Asked on Oct 27, 2012
Last fall I transplanted some daffodils that have been in my yard for many years. They had come up each year but for the
past two springs hadn't bloomed. So, this spring I think maybe two bloomed after the transplant. Then I read somewhere something about their having to be fertilized at a certain time or they wouldn't bloom the following spring. I'm not sure what I read, actually. When I transplanted them (Oct. 2011), I put fertilizer and some starter "stuff" into the holes. So, I'm hoping maybe next spring they'll all bloom. I also realized when the green came up in the spring that I'd missed some during the transplant so plan to dig around that area and try to find them to transplant now. Is there anything I should do to THOSE to make them bloom in the spring?