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"If you dig up & store your tulips dry over summer they will do better-- replant in fall. You must feed them heavily to bloom. My tulips are usually eaten from below. The culprits are what I call "wireworms" chewing the roots even in…"
"Aaah another Pacific NW gardener! My daffs are attacked by slugs (tiny ones in early spring) every year. I use sluggo also. The trouble is, if you don't knock the buggers off the blooms in wet weather they will just stay up inside the flowers…"