I live in the Phoenix, AZ desert in the winter and enjoy Naked Lady flowers in the Fall and green leaf plants all winter. They died off this spring and I thinned them, bringing the bulbs to the high elevation home we enjoy in the summer. (6500 feet in elevation). Do I have to let the dry out and plant them next summer up here, or can I put them in the ground now and enjoy at least the green plant thru the summer. Our temps right now are mid 80's ...nights in the high 50's heading to low 60's.
“Naked Lady” Bulbs
nzonabird added on June 5, 2017 | Answered
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Answered on June 6, 2017
You should put them in the fridge for about 3 weeks before planting this summer to force them to grow. It is a risk this late in the year however.
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