Once They're Growing:
Storage:Storing Crocosmia bulbs during their dormant period is essential, especially in colder climates where they may not survive the winter outdoors. After the foliage has died back in late fall, carefully dig up the bulbs, being gentle to avoid damage. Allow them to dry for a few days in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area to cure. Once dried, store the bulbs in a breathable container, like a mesh bag or a box with peat moss, in a cool, dark, and dry place, such as a garage or basement, where temperatures stay above freezing but below 50°F (10°C). Periodically check the bulbs for signs of rot or disease and remove any affected bulbs to prevent spread. This storage method helps ensure that your Crocosmia bulbs remain viable and ready for replanting in the spring, promising another season of vibrant blooms.