? for the crinum experts
This may just be me obsessing over newly purchased (expensive) plants....
I planted five new crinum bulbs about three weeks ago. I planted them pretty deeply in the ground, maybe 8 to 12 inches from the bottom of the bulbs to ground level. I did this because I had read that this encourages the bulbs to bulk up faster and bloom faster. So far, I am seeing no growth above ground level. This week I read somewhere else that you should leave the necks of the bulbs exposed when you plant.
Should I dig them up and set them higher?