Answer: You may dig and move them immediately or at any time this spring. If you take a large soil mass and replant immediately at the same depth, then water well to settle the soil, they will not know they have been moved. Keep in mind that these bulbs tend to spread and form a patch on their own, so they do not need to be planted tightly close together to form a patch within a few short years. They also send up foliage in the fall, so that might also be a consideration in where to put them.
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