bulbs in container froze: flowers in next spring?
I planted about 10 containers with tulips (Darwin-hybrids) and Daffs, using gardensoil and sand and planned to overwinter the pots in the ground, coveres by 4 inches or more of soil.
Only trouble is, frost came sooner than I thought, the containers were frozen solid.
I dug holes for them anyway, the regular soil had only a thin frozen layer.
Now I wonder whether bulbs survive this kind of freezing or whether their cells just burst and thats it.
They were just planted and still dormant/no roots, so I have a little hope.
Thanks for hints,