Too late for bulbs?

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  1. ennnceee

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    Probably a silly question, but that's it.

    I bought a collection some time ago and for one reason or another, they're still in the packets.
     
  2. Palustris

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    Getting on that way, but they will not last unplanted so get them in as soon as possible. We planted some Daffodils in March when we moved here and they have not only survived, but they flowered well the following year.
     
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      No its not too late. Tulips are a bit different - they need a good cold spell to promote flowers - so get them into the ground/outside asap.
       
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        I would plant them, you've got nothing to lose and they will probably do all right, unless they have rotted.
         
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