7 Plants That Will Thrive Under Any Conditions

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Daffodils are among the most carefree spring flowers you could plant in your yard. As a perennial, they pop up every spring and keep smiling through the rain, wind, and late-season snow.

This plant’s lovely flowers allow you to scatter it here casually and there on the landscape and then look like a garden genius forever after each spring as your flowers reproduce.

Just be sure to plant them deeply, about 4 inches beneath the surface, in autumn to ensure their return for many seasons. A bit of bulb fertilizer is fine when you plant them but unnecessary for peak performance.

And remember to space them a few inches apart to allow the colonies ample room to grow over the years.

Hardiness: Zones 3-9

Planting: Full or part sun. Plant bulbs in autumn.

Care: Be sure to remove the leaves ONLY when they’ve completely turned brown and have wilted. And divide the clumps as needed yearly.

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