storing bulbs

isnoopy2April 19, 2009

We are moving from Michigan to Texas this summer and I want to take as many flowers as possible with me. In checking in my flower books I can take many of them with me. My only problem is tring to move the flowers down there. I'm not for sure on exactly what month we are moving nor do I know anything about Texas weather for flowers. I have Iris, Lilies, Daylilys, allium, daffodils, Hyacinthus, crocus, If anyone can help me on these I would be greatly appreciated.

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calistoga_al ca 15 usda 9

There are plenty of flowers in Texas. The movement of plants across state lines is not recommended. You may transfer a new disease or pest to an area where they are unknown. Mail order nurseries have strict requirements to meet to ship their plants. Al

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