Plant your miscellaneous bulbs immediately upon receipt. Smaller
bulbs should be planted fairly close together, roughly 4 inches apart
and 2 - 3 times as deep as their height. To create a border splash of
color, you can plant them even closer, to the point where the bulbs are
almost touching. Choose a site which receives at least 4-6 hours of
sunlight each day and is well-drained. Water frequently in spring.
Cover with mulch in winter. Peat moss, pine needles, leaves, straw or
grass cuttings are good materials to use.
If your area is not yet free of frost,
store all of the bulbs/tubers in a dry, airy place where the
temperature stays in the 60-65 degree Fahrenheit range, until the
danger of a hard frost has passed. Plant bulbs about 2 inches deep and
4 inches apart in a sunny area. Keep the plants moist but not wet.
Store Ranunculus bulbs in a dry,
airy place until your area is free of frost. Select a sunny,
well-drained, compost-rich location. Plant tubers about 2 inches deep
and 4 inches apart with the little legs pointing down. Keep soil moist
but not wet.
Plant 6 inches deep and 4 inches apart. Use medium drained soil with moderate water.