Sprouted Bulbs

Anonymous added on May 2, 2011 | Answered

I dug up my daffodil, tulip and hyacinth bulbs last fall since we planned to move this spring. We will not be moving for a month yet, but the bulbs have sprouted. They are stored in the garage for now. Can these bulbs be saved and planted this summer, and will they flower at all next spring? Is it worth saving and replanting them?

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Answered on May 2, 2011

The daffodils will do fine. They are hardy and can take stress. Tulips and hyacinth are not as hardy. I would certainly go ahead and do it, but the tulips and hyacinth only have a 50/50 on making it.

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