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spring bulbs sprouting now

17 years ago

I have some bulbs that I dug up to transplant, and well, the yard renovation has taken much longer than anticipated. These bulbs have been in containers all summer and are now starting to sprout. Is there anything I can do? Should I cut them back and drop them in the ground quick? Should I let them run their course and plant them in the ground in December...maybe miss next spring's bloom but get back on track after that? Or should I just give up on them? I honestly don't even remember what they are at this point. Maybe dutch iris, lycoris, and/or muscari? (I do have it written down...somewhere in one of my many piles of gardening magazines, receipts and notes.) Thanks.

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