I have had some new plants delivered today from my local garden centre and, being somewhat of a novice, I am wondering what to do with the white 'Esther' grape hyacinths which have no care labels with them. The garden centre is closed during the current 'lockdown', apart from contactless deliveries, so I can't ask any of their knowledgeable staff! The muscari are currently in small pots of eight bulbs, in full flower (about 9" tall), with three quarters of the bulbs visible above the soil level. I want to transplant them into the garden underneath a Magnolia Stellata but I'm not sure how deep to plant them. I suppose I would be lucky to keep the flowers this year by transplanting them now, but I like to think they would come back next year if the bulbs were deep enough - I assume that would mean burying a portion of the leaves and flower stems? Any help and advice would be gratefully received! Many thanks in anticipation.