You Can Transplant Spring-blooming Bulbs Year Round

Steps for Transplanting:

Wait until blooms have faded.

Use a hand trowel or shovel to dig around foliage clump.

Grasp the stems and foliage in one hand while using the trowel to loosen the soil around the bulb. Then, use the trowel to leverage the bulb out of the ground.

Trim off any broken foliage.

Replant the bulb in the desired location at about the same depth as the bulb was previously growing.

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