storing glads?

queenbee_1(7)October 9, 2011

because of too much grass/weeds in my glad bed, I have dug them up--will be re-doing the bed and will need to store the bulbs over the winter. I planted them in March and even tho we had a terrible drought, the glads did wonderfully. While digging I noticed many were as large as a large onion . They are all healthy, and I have many little ones attached to the larger ones..

Do I break them apart? How do I store them over the winter? what do I need to do to keep them healthy?? thank you

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I just put them at a dry n dark place like a closet or cupboard. The small cormlets should remain attached to the mother corm during the storage period (otherwise they dehydrate). You can detach and grow them like mature corms afterwords..

    Bookmark   October 10, 2011 at 1:16AM
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Thank you.. I was really impressed w/ the growth/blooms on these..Really nice... Can't wait to plant more and the bed will be with out that terrible grass..

    Bookmark   October 10, 2011 at 8:47AM
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