Our weather, here in New England, is flip-flopping like crazy. It hits 60, I get ready to plant, but then see that the temps will drop down to the 20s again with single digits at night. Bummer. So, I don't expect to have blooming crocuses or daffodils this year, but when is the best time to plant for blooms next year? Oh, and how about primroses? They are for sale now, but not for long. When do they get planted? Why do these flowers all go on sale when you can't plant them and certainly cannot enjoy them until the following year? Looking forward to lots of advice for my climate/zone (5b) and some tips and tricks if possible. Thanks in advance.