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Can you dig up tulips and replant them?
Digging Up Tulips and Replanting Fall is the traditional time to dig up your tulips, divide them and replant them, although you can also dig them up in summer after the foliage completely dies back.
Can I transplant bulbs in the spring?
It's always best to transplant bulbs in the fall after the foliage has withered away and is yellow. You can also move bulbs in the springtime but remember never to cut or damage any green shoots. If you move them in the spring take especial care not to damage the growing roots at this time.
Can you move daffodil bulbs in the spring?
When to Transplant Daffodils Daffodils can be lifted year round, even when “in the green,” although moving them while they bloom often means losing out on the following year's bloom. When the leaves have mostly, but not all turned brown – the period of late spring to early summer – is ideal for the job.
Can you dig up bulbs and store them?
Lifting and Storing Bulbs Every five years Daffodils and Crocus should be dug and replanted to prevent overcrowding. ... If you prefer to lift the bulbs before frost has hit, you can dig your bulbs early and store them in a well-ventilated, frost-free area until they are dry.
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