I don't consider myself a lazy person, but I am always looking for the easiest ways to do things. So, when researching "how to's" on dividing my daffodils, the link "Tips from the Lazy Gardener" caught my eye. I clicked on the link, and watched the video through to the end. The next day I gave it a try. Sunday was a perfect day outdoors, so I set out to split the Daffs. I only got through one bunch of unproductive daffodils.
I had injured my hip/leg trying to move a very heavy dresser a week before, and was not quite ready for the bending and movements involved in this project. But, when I am healed, this will be the way to go for me.
My daffodils have been needing splitting for years now, and I always have these good intentions to do it when they are dead and gone in the fall, but it never happens. I would rather move them while I can see where they are and where they need to be spread to to achieve my look of "A Host of Golden Daffodils."
There are hundreds of bulbs out there, and from the photo you can tell that they are in dire need of splitting because the ratio of flowers to bulbs is slim.