For once I'm not bragging! Our daffodils are up, along with some of the paperwhites, and I thought I'd better ask this while I was thinking of it. This is the year I need to lift,divide, and replant my bulbs. If I lift them right after the foliage dies back, can I store them (and if so, how) or do I need to plant them immediately? It's been a while since I dealt with bulbs, and I've forgotten the little I ever knew. By the time the foliage dies back it's June, and we are in the dry season with hardened, dry earth, even in the flower beds. I'd rather put them back in during the fall rains, but I'll do whatever it takes to keep them happy.