Bulbs came up in December after warm weather
We planted bulbs near the end of November, and after the unseasonably warm weather this past week in Tennessee (Mid 70's on Dec 10th!) they've already come up. The tulips and daffodils are peaking through, and the crocus is already several inches high. Are they ruined for the spring, or will they re-freeze, go dormant again, and come up again in spring as normal?
Is there anything I need to do to them given the strange weather we've had?