This March 8, 2013 photo shows miniature daffodils in a pet cemetery that will need time to recharge for the next growing cycle near Langley, Wash. Small bulbs can make a big impact but they need six to eight weeks before pruning to rebuild their energy for the next flowering season. Don’t remove the unsightly leaves and stems too soon if you’re looking for a similar burst of color next season. (AP Photo/Dean Fosdick)

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