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WHEN most spring- flow­er­ing bulbs be­gin to fin­ish bloom­ing, it pays to cut off all with­ered flower- heads be­fore seed cap­sules form. The fo­liage is best left in­tact to nat­u­rally die back later. This al­lows the bulbs down be­low to take in ex­tra en­ergy for bet­ter flow­ers next spring and even mul­ti­ply more ef­fi­ciently.

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