Plant out your forced bulbs
Some bulbs that are forced to flower indoors, such as miniature daffodils and hyacinths, can be planted out when they have faded.
Wait until the foliage dies back, then lift them from their indoor container.
Discard any that are soft or rotting and plant them in groups at three times the depth of the bulbs, and one bulb’s width apart.
They may not flower brilliantly next spring, but should mature and improve over the years.
Don’t plant out ‘Paper White’ narcissi as they are not frost hardy.