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! Ramps, jack in the pulpit and wild ginger bulbs

 
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Hi, I just received some ramps, jack in the pulpit and wild ginger bulbs to plant in my forest. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to plant them until a week from now, do I put them in the fridge until then or leave them out in a bag until then?
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I wouldn't think it would matter much either way. I usually only refrigerate bulbs if they are requiring a chill period beyond what my climate can give them. You being in zone 4, I wouldn't expect that to be a problem. As long as your weather isn't extremely hot and/or dry, I wouldn't worry about it. But maybe others can chime in with their experience.
 
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