planting bulbs - Knowledgebase Question

Altadena, Ca
Question by murtcaro
October 8, 2009
We put in a new fence on street and had to dig up the ground to remove ivy and its roots. In doing so we discovered some blubs namely; naked lady and daffodil. I don' know when to replant them or how to store them until the time to plant them. Tks for your help in this project. Have a nice day.
Carole


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Answer from NGA
October 8, 2009

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What a surprise! You can replant both types of bulbs in your garden now. Daffodils don't need a cold treatment (as might other spring blooming bulbs). They will be happy planted in the ground. The belladonna can go back in the ground, as well. Hope they bloom nicely for you next year!

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