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Planting bulbs now?!

Posted by madisonkathy 4 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 2, 08 at 6:58

Cleaning out my potting shed, I came across a bag of daffs that I bought at an "end of season" clearance, last fall.
Some have dried out, but some have green coming out.

Do I plant them now? Wait until fall? Keep in the fridge until October?


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RE: Planting bulbs now?!

I'm sure no expert, but I would get them into soil asap.
in the garden, in pots, whatever. I have done the same thing on occasion. I always stick them into dirt and then am surprised when I see a lily coming up the next year.
Cant bear to throw them out!
Pondy


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RE: Planting bulbs now?!

Thank, pondwelr,

Maybe I'll just dig a big hole, dump them all in, and see what comes up next year. Always love gardening surprises!


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RE: Planting bulbs now?!

You bought'm...you got'm...plant'm. You really have nothing to lose at this point, no?

Dave
Milwaukee


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