We have just dug a large clump of shaded out crinum (20 bulbs, biggest are softball size). It was passed along from family so don't know variety except that it was light pink back when it still bloomed. I understand they can be dried out and divided to be replanted while soil is still warm to settle in by fall. But my question is whether ideally the roots need to stay moist (temporary potting up till we can take to their new location, an historic cemetery, in 2 weeks) or does it matter. Would love to see the larger ones bloom in a couple years if possible. Any advice would be great!