Too late for fall bulbs?
Hi there - I just received my fall bulbs from brecks and veseys (and my mother in law - woohoo thanks).
I have tulips, lilies, daylilies, hyacinth, camassia quamash,snowdrops, daffodils and a wildflower collection with tulips, daffodils,crocus, iris, muscari, etc.
I just planted the orange carpet border lilies and the camassia quamash, but the rest I just won't be able to put in the ground this fall. What do I do with them? Is there a way I can still see them bloom if I plant them early this spring? How do I store them? Or should I rush to get the dirt in the beds and plant them?
Also - for the lily and camassia I already planted, is it true they need time to grow roots before the ground freezes in the fall? If so I planted them WAY too late. I don't think there is any way they'll get any roots this fall, however if needs be, the ground is still soft enough to remove the bulbs.
What do I do? I've never planted bulbs before, any advice would be appreciated.