Planting Bulbs In Spring? - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Paula DiNardo
Dover, NH
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Question by pdinardo
April 8, 2001
I purchased a lot of bulbs in the fall & planted most of them--alliums, daffodils, muscari. I stored the unplanted ones in a closet. When I checked on them yesterday, I noticed they are starting to grow. Many have 2 or 3 inch greens coming up. My question is: what can I do with them? Can I plant them now, or will I be able to plant them in the fall?? If I can't plant now, how can I best store them until fall??

Answer from NGA
April 8, 2001
Unfortunately it is not possible to store them until next fall. Since the alternative is to throw them away, you might try planting them now.

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