Answer: In the very late spring/early summer after all of the foliage has withered and turned brown, you can dig up or "lift" the bulbs. Store them in a dry, cool (approximately 50-60 degree) area until the fall. They may then be replanted wherever you like. It is imperative that the spot you keep them in until the fall is cool and dry...if the spot is warm and humid your bulbs will turn into a hard jelly-like mass and be completely useless. Many people have success storing bulbs in paper bags in the refrigerator. You might want to give this method a try.
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