As the poet Shelley wrote: “If winter comes can spring be far behind?
As you know, gardeners always have to think and plan for the seasons ahead.
So if you want a lovely spring show, plant your daffodils in the autumn when the nights are cool. They actually enjoy a period of cold before the bulbs start to sprout.
Daffodils are lovely planted in drifts under trees where they give a lovely woodland effect. You can even plant them in little pockets in the lawn – as long as you remember not to mow there! Read more