What to do with lily bulbs - some are resprouting
I have some lilies that I bought from Home Depot about a year and a half ago. Last season they exploded, and this year I decided to dig up the bulbs to spread elsewhere next year. I must have recovered about a hundred or so. I put all these bulbs into a large pot, sandwiched between lots of soil. I water the pot about once a week to keep the bulbs moist. The pot sits outside on our front porch.
Then I noticed some of the bulbs are sprouting. Should I just let these grow? Will they even survive? I chose to put the bulbs in a pot instead of the fridge because I thought they would have a better chance of not being overly moist. And this is how they survived last year, so I thought it might work (except the part about digging them up). I live in Texas, and we've had one of our hottest summers in history and it probably won't get cold until January. What should I do? Leave them as-is, dig them up again and put them in the fridge to keep them dormant, or something else? Thanks for any help!