bulbs. Susan, who sets us all a fine example, braids the blooms and foliage then lays them on their sides until nature takes over. Her proper English mother would expect no less.
tiny shoots of the hosta begin to unfurl and poke through the soil. Once growth begins, it's only a short time before the hosta emerges in its circular glory, the gently drooping leaves covering the remaining spent daffodils. Out of sight, then off the chore list!
Nature provides the answer. No snipping or bending required.
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