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have lots of jonquils and daffodils, produce lots of greenery but no flowers ?

bulbs have been in garden over 12 years, produce healthy green stalks but only a few plants, less than one percent of them have flowers.

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Answer: Overcrowded bulbs, low light exposure (if bulbs are growing beneath trees), high levels of nitrogen and low levels of potassium will affect flowering in bulbs.

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