The Handsome Husband was cleaning out the garage last weekend and came across a sack of 50 daffodil bulbs. I’m not sure how it happened, but somehow I misplaced them.
The weather here has been in the 30’s all week, and since I currently have the flu, I had absolutely no interest in going outside to dig up the frozen tundra to plant flower bulbs. So I did the next best thing. I decided to plant them indoors.
I gathered up all the glass containers I could find, placed a few rocks in the bottom of the containers, and grabbed a bag of potting mix from the garage.
I don’t think I have ever forced daffodils indoors before, so I’m hoping it will work.
Every spring Costco sells giant sized glass containers with tulips and daffodil bulbs in them so I figured if they can do it, so can I. Right? Have you ever tried this before? Have you ever planted your spring bulbs indoors? I don’t see why it wouldn’t work.
After all if we can plant paperwhites and amaryllis bulbs indoors, we should be able to plant daffodils, wouldn’t you think?
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