Closeup of a daffodil bulb that has divided into three

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Closeup of a daffodil bulb that has divided into three

By Liz Baessler Flowering bulbs are a fantastic asset to any garden. You can plant them in the fall and then, in the spring, they come up on their own and bring bright spring color without any extra effort on your part. A lot of hardy bulbs can be left in the same spot and will come up year after year, giving you low maintenance, reliable flowers. But sometimes even bulbs need a little help. Keep reading to learn more about how to divide flower bulbs. When to Divide Plant Bulbs How often should I divide bulbs? That really depends on the flower. As a rule, however, bulbs should be divided when they get so overcrowded that it’s noticeable. As bulbs grow, they’ll put out little offshoot bulbs that cluster around them. As these offshoots get bigger, the space the bulbs have to grow starts to get too crowded, and

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