Depth to plant when transplanting potted bulbs
I didnt get most of my new bulbs in the ground before it froze last fall, so on impulse I bought some potted bulbs. Most of the bulbs are at or near the surface of the soil, nowhere near the "recommended planting depths" of the various bulbs.
My question is this: When I transfer them to my planters, do I plant the bulbs at the same depth as in the pots? Surely I don't want to cover any foliage...
Wait, second question: There is quite a bit of root system on some of the plants. If I leave them in their original pots and just set the pots in the planters will they get rootbound? I geuss I never though of bulbs as have extensive root systems.