When is the best time to plant fall bulbs? I think I planted them too early one year, and they started growing about a week after I planted them, so I think it was too warm. Thanks

Anytime from now until the ground freezes.  Some bulbs may grow some leaves if we get a warm spell but, without a winter’s chilling, they won’t flower.  Getting bulbs in now will give them a chance to grow some roots to anchor themselves and gather some extra energy before winter.  More here:  http://blog.timesunion.com/gardening/lets-plant-spring-flowers/6467/

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