Planting tulip bulbs uplands in South Carolina
I was given140 tulip bulbs ( brand new) and I will be giving them to my daughter-in-law who lives in the foothills of the mountains in western SC (Seneca, SC) for Christmas. The ground there rarely freezes, and nighttime temps by Christmas will be consistently below 50 degrees. Should she go ahead and plant them over the holiday or should she store them and plant them later. If so, when? Thanks for your help, Susan
It is better to plant tulip bulbs because successfully storing them is difficult. December is not too late to plant them.