Tulips, crocus, daffodils, snowdrops and alliums bloom with different colors, heights and sometimes at different times of the season.
Store bulbs in a cool, dry and dark place for now. Don’t start planting until the end of September or early October, or at least until just before the ground freezes and the snow falls.
Some bulbs may still be buried by snow, but those that have already emerged are in danger of being hard-frosted by overnight temperatures in the 20s.
Store your new bulbs in a cool, dry place like a garage or basement until it’s time for planting in October.
How to plant bulbs in a raised bed or hillside with adequate sun, good drainage, and the proper spacing and depth. And, the pointy end always goes up.