What to do with forgotten spring bulbs
So I am not the world's most organized person. I just realized I had left in my garage a bunch of bulbs I had meant to plant in fall - alliums, daffodils, tulips, and Dutch iris. A couple are sprouted a little bit. My garage was probably (well) below 50 degrees F for the last few months. They mostly look fine - not shriveled, not moldy.
I'm moving late this summer, so I'm not all that interested in planting for next year. Is there any chance any of them will bloom this year if I stick them in the ground now? If it is very unlikely they will bloom, I'd rather just put something else in their place. Anybody have some thoughts or experiences?