Nah....they'll be fine. That happened to mine over the years - mostly the
ones which were near the foundation of the house because it was warmer. I'm
in Rochester NY (zone 5 or 6, depending on who you believe and your precise
location). The bulbs always survived. Winter's returning today. They'll get
Well, not the Crocus anyway. Those things push up through the snow
sometimes. The daffodils might be short lived I think but the bulbs will
remain and do their thing. Much may depend on their location as to how soon
they come up.
Yeah sure, Fredo. They caught you napping again.
Don't you know that its one of the signs of the impending
Take a chill pill, dude.
Since you've just planted them, you probably don't know that they do it
Mine too. Here in E. Tennessee we've had temperatures in the 70s for
the past two weeks. Tomorrow it may dip to the 20's. My daffodils
have pushed up leaves 3-4 inches. Who knows? We may not have flowers
this year, but it won't kill the plant. These are tough.
Today I noticed Crocus ancyrensis is in full fat yellow bud, despite that
the last week or so has had such cold nights into the 20s & the ground
often lightly covered in snow or sleet. There'll now be a whole series of
crocuses appearing week by week for a while, one of my favorite periods of
-paghat the ratgirl
"Of what are you afraid, my child?" inquired the kindly teacher.
"Oh, sir! The flowers, they are wild," replied the timid creature.
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