Answer: Sounds as though some of your bulbs are early risers and others are real sleepyheads. All plants perform according to a pre-determined genetic code and even seeds sown under the same conditions at the same moment with germinate and sprout according to their own timeclocks. Eventually, though, they all catch up and closely match one another in terms of height and flower production. I suspect your sleepyhead bulbs will wake up soon and work hard to catch up to their bed and border mates. Their blooms may not open on the same day, but they should all be in bloom together sometime during their normal bloom time.
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