Should daffodils be deadheaded after blooming?
Is it necessary to deadhead daffodils? Deadheading is the removal of spent flowers. While tulips should be deadheaded immediately after flowering, it is not necessary to deadhead daffodils.
Where do you deadhead daffodil?
1. Deadhead daffodils. You can begin deadheading daffodils by cutting the flowerhead from just behind the bulbous seed-head. You then need to wait, wait and wait some more, while the leaves and stems stay in place, for a good six weeks after flowering.