Hello everyone-Due to unseasonably warm temps for most of the winter I discovered these over the mild 70* weekend when I was out in the garden working. I had planted a total of 1000 Fall Bulbs. 350 of which were tulips. I had also dug up some tulips and hyacinths that I had planted last year in wooden planters. I found out that tulips don't need a very long cooliing period before they begin to sprout.
So imagine my surprise to find these. It is supposed to only be the the mid 30's part of next week so hope no more sprout now. Only 1 hyacinth but 5 tulips have so far. What a change from planting in the North where all the bulbs would be buried under the snow for much of the winter.