Daffodils - most years I leave them in their pots; after bloom, and let sunshine from a basement window shine on them till they expire; then, taken to garage where I may, or maynot extract them and put in meshed bags till fall, then, into the garden. Success rate is very high. Sometimes I don't have/take time to re-p[ant, those are discarded. However, there's some out there right now (forced last year) , both potted and de-potted that are w/ green shoots, not sure of their fate yet.
(Missed last fall - 1st pic; put in used medium - 2nd pic; 3rd pic - still in last year's pot.)
last fall, awaiting outside placement.
Muscari - oft extracted, stored, and planted into garden. I haven't been forcing these lately. Sucess rate for garden bound ones is pretty good.
Hyacinths - same, good success rate, may take a couple years to bloom outside after forced (especially those forced in water on marbles).
Time ran out to get into ground last fall.
Tulips - discarded, the bulb usually splits into 4 very small bulblets.
Pic of bulb that was a discarded bulb, subsequently covered up w/ yard waste that bloomed the following year and the year following that. I think they were of the cultivar 'Mickey Mouse'.