Can I force Fall bulbs at this point?

srj19(4)April 20, 2009

I had some bulbs I picked up in the fall and then failed to get planted.

Can I force them by refrigerating for 3-5 weeks, planting indoors in containers, watering until sprouting and established and planting a bit later.

I'm hoping something grows, how long until unplanted bulbs are junk?

Scott

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heleninramsey

Scott,

You have nothing to loose by trying. If the bulbs are firm, not mushy or moldy, it may work for you....what the heck, it's worth a shot.

Helen.

PS...I fail at veggies and fruit so can't help with the other stuff. Sorry.:-(

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