Answer: Most spring bulbs have foliage that is very able to withstand cold and will be in good shapen beneath the snow. If the foliage ends up with a bit of "burning" or browned tips, the bulbs should still be fine as long as they were planted deeply enough. Try not to worry -- there isn't much you can do about it anyway! Next time, be sure to plant the bulbs at the full recommended depth and add a few inches of mulch over top to help insulate the soil and moderate any temperature swings. The flowers should appear right on time, regardless of the premature foliage.
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