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replanting bulbs

Last year, in mid-October, I planted a wide variety of bulbs in pots. This year, most of them sprouted a bit too early because (1) a very mild winter (not my fault) and (2) I didn't plant the bulbs deep enough (my fault). This fall, would I cause any harm by digging up the bulbs and planting them deeper?

5 months ago by LisMan with 1 comments

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  • 3rdWheel

    That shouldn’t hurt the bulbs, as long as you’re careful to dig around them. And separate the parent bulb from the rest before redigging.

    At least, this is what 20 minutes of research is telling me.