Posted: 01/05/2017 at 18:27
Daffodils - best bet is to put them back in the ground where you want them to grow, and at the same depth they were previously. You shouldn't cut off the leaves as they give the energy for next year. Give them some slow release fertiliser and keep them watered and let them die down naturally.
Tulips - can be kept out the ground. Split off any bulblets as they sap the energy from the main bulb, and you can grow them, but might take up to three years to flower. Again, keep on the leaves, and store in newspaper. Keep warm and dry. I think tulips can be a bit hit and miss for a second season of flowering - many people treat them as annuals.