Storing Bulbs

I have received bulbs and rhizomes that I can't get planted this year, how can I store them for next year? They are irises and gladiolas. It gets below zero here in western Colorado.

By Kim from Crawford, CO

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August 6, 20110 found this helpful

I live in Minnesota and have lots of iris and you can plant iris now and they will grow in spring. But not Glads have to be dug each fall and stored in a dry, cool place and replanted in spring.

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