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Rounded storage organs that are usually planted in the ground, although some can be forced and grown in containers. Bulbs are typically planted in the fall for an entrance in the spring. After being planted in the ground, bulbs grow plants that flower and bloom every year. Take care to protect young shoots of bulbs emerging in the soil from chickens scratching. An example is a daffodil, Narcissus.

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