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early emergence

Posted by Pittgardener none (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 15, 12 at 16:33

HELP! Planted my first bulbs (right at correct time) and the crazy warm weather here in Pittsburgh (zone6) has caused my crocuses and hyacinths to emerge already. Are they doomed? Thanks!!


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RE: early emergence

No, they should be alright. Overwintering bulbs such as these are very tolerant to cold (even freezing) weather.


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RE: early emergence

Excellent, thanks. I figured established bulbs would be fine but wasn't sure about new guys.


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RE: early emergence

You can always toss some old leaves or other loose mulch over them, even some old compost if you have it. That's what I would do.


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