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south central, WI
(Zone 5a)

May 16, 2011
11:27 AM

Post #8567100

I could use any imput. The daffys have pretty much done their plan on doing digging.
Although I know that you are supposed to let them die back, we are Really hoping to get another house and I don't want to leave them all behind..the paperwork counts everything in the ground as part of potential sale. I have said that I want a addendum that says that I can move some plants (like a gazillion), but know that if I don't do something now..the chances are such that I would lose many of the spring bulbs.
SO...I have about 30 of one clump out ..pot them up, hang to dry, heal them in?? I plan on editing about a hundred or two...any suggestions?

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