Can I plant crinum in November?
I purchased two great looking Crinum Asiaticum in an online auction. The bulbs are softball size and they have about 2 feet of growth left on them after being cut back for shipping. They were freshly dug before being shipped to me. The root system appears to be almost completely intact. Now what do I do with them? I live in Zone 8b just North of Houston. Do I plant them in the ground (raised bed, well drained), put them in 5 gal pots for now, or pack then in peat moss and wait till Spring to put them in the ground?