Answer: You can keep them until planting time in a cool dry place, but do not let them freeze because that is too cold. Remember that they need a chilling time after planting in order to grow normally -- the time varies depending on the type of bulbs and the temperature. You will eventually need to pot them up and chill them in their pots. A refrigerator will work for this, but do not store them in the same refrigerator with fruits such as apples -- the fruits give off a gas that causes the blooms to fail. A cold garage or cold frame may also work for this. Good luck with your experiments!
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