Hello, I'm new to this forum and have a tulip virus that's puzzling me. I've been growing the same species bulbs and their offsets for about 6 years. I've ended up with 100's of bulbs since they multiply rapidly, so have moved them a couple of times. They keep coming back over and over, no problems. Last fall I replanted some in a newly dug bed and some of them have come up with a virus that I think might be botrytis. I can't figure out where the virus came from. The bulbs were stored a short time after digging but were healthy going into the ground, the bed is brand new and has only ever been grass, so shouldn't be any lingering soil-borne disease. Bulbs replanted elsewhere in my yeard have come up fine and none of my other beds or perennials have ever been infected. Does anyone have any ideas where this blight might have come from? And am I going to end up with an unusable pile of dirt because of it? Thanks so much for your help.