Bulb storage

forensicmomMarch 8, 2010

I bought a large bag of daffodil bulbs and another bag of hyacinth bulbs this past fall. I never got a chance to plant them and there were no opportunities this winter with 3-4' of snow on the ground. I don't want to lose them all. Can anyone give me any ideas on what do to with them? Can they be stored and used this coming fall?

So far, they are NOT moldy but lots of have sprouted.

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If you want to save them you should plant them now. By next year they will be so week, few would survive. Al

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