planting bulbs upside down + questions...
i'm not sure if you've ever heard of anyone doing something so brilliant, but it is my first time planting bulbs, and i planted my first 30 upside down. i found like 15, but i was tired and frustrated and left the others. i'm doubting they'll grow a flower? but will they survive if i dig them up next year?
many of the bulbs i bought at lowes a few months ago rotted out - the one i was most excited for, the fritillaria - was toast.
i dug up an area that used to be daffodils, but stopped producing, and i found clumps of a ton of bulbs.
i felt guilty to throw them out, but couldn't use all of them. are the smaller ones as likely to survive as the larger ones? how many years does it take a tiny bulb to get big enough to produce a nice sized flower? i kept the larger ones and replanted them.