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Daffodil day

Friday, August 28, 2015

Today the 28th August is Daffodil Day.

Daffodil Day is the Cancer Society's annual flagship event for fundraising and raising awareness to be held each year. This year is the 25th year.

Daffodil Agronomy is fairly straightforward as they are an easy crop to grow with a higher requirement for Potassium than Nitrogen. 

Allow a few weeks after they have finished flowering before you put the lawnmower over them. This will allow them to transfer energy down to the bulbs for next years crop.

You will find Daffodils are good at resisting pests. This is because they are members of the Narcissus family which do not taste very good especially the bulb.

Although the Daffodil is the national flower of Wales it originates from South West Europe.

That's all from Gregor at Garden Agronomy!

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