Daffodil clumps bigger than the size of softballs.
Because my soil is so heavy, I tend to plant daffodils more shallowly than usually recommended. I dug some clumps that were only 3 years old this year and the clumps are huge. I wouldn't be surprised if there were a hundred or more small (quite small) bulbs all clumped together in each group! Yet, you would not have known it from their bloom performance. Could this be caused by too shallow planting? I intend to divide and replant. The soil where I am putting them is well amended, as was the area where I dug them up, so do you think I'd be better off to plant more deeply?