Moving and storing bulbs (plant, rabbits, water, ground)
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Going to be moving shortly and I have a few tulip and daylily bulbs I want to keep with me. Is there a way to store them for awhile until I can get them in the ground? It might be a few months before I can get them where I want them.
Will you be able to plant them by fall? I moved in May several years ago, so I dug up my bulbs dirt and all, and kept them in pots and kept them watered until I could plant them in October in their new home.
Similiar situation...too many bulbs to keep in dirt
Hi! I am moving and it will be a few months before I can plant my daylily bulbs that I am digging up to take with me. I have hundreds, 6 bucketfuls, to be exact. It may be a few months before I can replant them.
How can I safely store them? Placing them in pots and dirt would be overwhelming, I would think.
ok, off topic but I just planted a bunch of new bulbs last weekend and the dang RABBITS dug them ALL up!!!!
You can keep the bubs in your fridge too--but if you have them in dirt pots you might not want to do that . They just need to be kept 'cool'.
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