Answer: If you dug the bulbs after the foliage withered and died, then the bulbs can rest all summer in a cool location. Place them in peat moss or sawdust and cover them all the way up. Don't water or you'll encourage them to rot. Plant them in containers or in the ground this fall. If the bulbs still have foliage on them plant them immediately into containers so they can go through the cycle of taking nutrition from the foliage. When the leaves die down naturally you can withhold water and allow the bulbs to rest until October or November. Then plant them as above.
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