Tulip and daffodil bulbs have already started to shoot underground.
If you’re digging your borders, be careful not to cut into and damage your bulbs.
If you haven’t already done so, it’s a good time to split your bulbs by gently prising them apart, beging careful not to damage the delicate roots.
Plant the the bulbs in the ground about three times the length of the bulb and about 10 cm apart.
If the daffodils have blackened ends near the roots and the shoot have not begun to grow then check for the narcissus grub. These pests eat the centre of the bulbs. Throw the bulb away as it won’t really recover properly.