forgot to plant bulbs- now they're sprouting- what can I do?
I realise this question has already been asked but I'm not completely clear on what to do. I've read a bit online but some of it is contradictory. I have quite a few hyacinth bulbs I forgot to plant last Fall. They're now starting to sprout. I live in Canada (Ontario- hour north of Toronto). So it's very cold here right now and the ground is completely frozen, and there's several feet of snow as well as ice. I have a big backyard, not in an apartment or anything, so I can plant them out there as soon as it gets warmer. But I'm not sure what to do in the meantime. I've read about putting them in the fridge, or just planting them in a pot. What would the best route be?
Thank you for any help :)