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j_moore
Centreville, MD

February 15, 2013
4:21 PM

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Our Lowes and Walmart stores have put out their stock of boxed summer-flowering bulbs and I was lucky enough to get there before they all got snapped up! Now, I know I can't plant them outside, but don't have a greenhouse or bright-enough light inside to start them growing. Any ideas on how to store/keep them dormant until it gets warm enough outside - mid April is our last frost date. Sorry if this question has come up before - please direct me to the answer? Thanks for any and all help.
--Jean

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