FLOWER BULBS - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by mwujciak
November 22, 2006
I RECEIVED AROUND 40 HARDY BULBS FOR MY HOUSE- AND I REALLY DONT HAVE TIME THIS YEAR TO PLANT THEM....CAN I STILL STORE THEM IN THE FRIDGE ALL WINTER ? NOT ONLY DO I NOT HAVE TIME, BUT I HATE GARDENING ANYWAY.


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Answer from NGA
November 22, 2006
Your bulbs will rot away if you don't plant them ASAP. If you're not really into gardening, maybe a neighbor or co-worker will take them off your hands. Or, you can simply plant them in pots and set them outdoors (easier than planting in the ground). When they begin growing and blooming next spring, you may have a change of heart and decide that the rewards are worth the effort. Hope so!!

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