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Daffodils and other spring blooming bulbs can be planted in spring, as long as there are several weeks of cool weather left.  Plant only 2-3 inches deep because they don't have as long to reach the surface.  They are also easy to force in areas with frozen soil.  Just plant them in a pot, keep the pot in a cold but unfrozen room for a few weeks for root growth.  Then bring them into a warm sunny window so they can grow and bloom.  

Paperwhites are the easiest of all bulbs to force.  They require no cold treatment, and will bloom within a few weeks of planting.   All multi flowered Narcissus are very fragrant, although some are more pleasing than others.  With the proper varieties, this group will give you flowers from Autumn through early Summer.

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