No idea how I'm gonna keep them alive until spring ("spring" means
about May.) Do you think this will work? I'll keep them in an
cardboard box out in the garage (much cooler than the house, but it
shouldn't freeze) for a week or two while they dry out a little.
Then fill the box with loose shredded paper and put the lid on it.
When it gets too cold in the garage, I'll bring the box in and keep
it in the coolest part of the basement.
Any better ideas? Thanks.