Answer: If the leaves are still green, leave them on the plant even though they are withered and limp. As long as they are green they are providing carbohydrates to the bulb, which will help next year's growth. When the leaves turn yellow and die you can prune them off the plant. It's still early in the season so I think you will see some new leaf growth from them in a few weeks. I hope they are happy in their new garden spots!
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