Thank you everyone for your input concerning my question about digging up paperwhite bulbs in our yard right now when we can see them. I think the consensus is at this point that I probably couldn't kill them if I tried (haha...) However, now I have a new question. We have more bulbs than I am prepared to plan and replant for at the moment, but we still need to get them out of the ground. Is there anyway I can dig them up and store them for later planting this year? (You know, like the bulbs you get from the store?) And if so, how? As a reminder, these are all already sprouted about 10-12 inches each. I'd like to go ahead and get them all out while we are at it, but I'd rather not plant them until we have a chance to get a couple new beds ready in a few months. If it is not ideal to dig them up for storing right now, when should that be done?