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(or bulb) trading in the Atlanta area I would gladly give a copy of my book Proven Plants Southern Gardens for a big (even not so big) clump of Snowdrops. Because the bulbs are tiny and dessicate quickly, it is best to dig them and transplant when they are in bloom or as soon as they finish. This is not true for most bulbs.
UNFORTUNATELY , FOR ME , THE DEER TOOK CARE OF MY KNOCKOUTS , ENCORES AND NEARLY WILDS 2 TO 3 YEARS AGO .
I only qualify this because although daffodils are posionous and rodents and deer avoid them, someone somewhere will read this and say oh but the deer ate my daffodils. In my experience they don't. Happy planting.
DOUG , YOU ARE RIGHT ......THE SQUIRRELS REPLANTED IN AN AREA THAT COME SPRINGTIME WILL HAVE AN ADDED TOUCH OF COLOR .