Answer: Since they are right near the surface, go ahead and replant them at the suggested depths for planting originally. Sometimes as bulbs multiply they also move upward through the soil. You may also separate them and plant one by one, or just plant the largest and give away or discard the rest. When you replant, make sure you are planting them deep enough -- shallow planting can lead to frost heaving and sometimes premature division of the bulbs so that they do not reach as large a size as they could otherwise. This means smaller flowers and more frequent digging and replanting for you.
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