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What to do with Allium bulbs?

I have a large selection of Allium bulbs left over from a delivery I got in the autumn. These were extras to the ones I had ordered (due to some damaged bulbs) and at the time I had no where to plant them. They have overwintered in the shed but I was wondering what the best thing to do with them was if I want to use them at a later date? Obviously this is something I really should have asked in autumn but if there are any sage words I'd be grateful! 

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  • ObelixxObelixx Vendée, Western FrancePosts: 27,583

    Get them planted asap either in the ground or in pots.  If you don't, they'll rot or dry up and die.

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  • punkdocpunkdoc Sheffield, Derbyshire border.Posts: 11,269

    If you don't plant them, they will die.

    If you do plant them, they maybe ok., so I would plant them.

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  • Excellent, will plant somewhere then!!

    Thank you!

  • oh yes, great advices! thanks!

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