How do you care for daffodil bulbs?
Besides, when should I cut down my daffodils?
When to Cut Back Daffodils. Daffodil leaves should not be cut back until after they have turned yellow. Daffodils use their leaves to create energy, which is then used to create next year's flower. If you cut back daffodils before the leaves have turned yellow, the daffodil bulb will not produce a flower next year.
Beside above, what do you do with dead daffodils?
Cut the yellow foliage at its base. If you really can't stand the foliage or just want to leave it in place even after it yellows, interplant daffodils with perennials timed to grow with daffodils or just after they fade to screen the dying foliage.
Dig several inches from the plant to avoid slicing into the bulbs. Use your hands to brush excess soil from the daffodil bulbs. Discard any bulbs that are soft, damaged or moldy. Place the bulbs in a warm, dry location for a few hours, or until any remaining mud has dried and the outer covering is dry and papery.