it's too late to chill if my daffs are growing, right?
What happened was, I was going to pop them in the fridge but then there was a surprise rainfall and now they are all sprouting a tiny bit.
That means I can't chill them now, right? That would upset them?
Just as background: these bulbs have sent up leaves every year for years but never a flower, I don't even think the first year. I never got around to researching that, but I finally did and now I see that since it is hot here, I do need to chill them. (I had thought daffs didn't need that.)
I should just divide and replant them now, and wait until next year to chill, right? And hope they flower?
Thanks for your help! I did a search but apparently no one else was silly enough to have this happen.