Uh-Oh!

Uh-Oh!

So in fall I pulled in my terra cotta pots, plants and all. I put them in my basement, on the top two shelves of a shelving system, under a little window typical to basements. For the most part said window has been blocked by snow. The other day I noticed that all the pots have started sprouting and them som. They broke dormancy! Now it's not warm by anymeans in the basement, and I only gave them one little watering about amonth ago to keep them from totally drying out. So now, in the dead of winter I have a pretty large daylilly, the first sprout of a dhalia, some new leaves of strawberries, a couple rhubarb leaves and the tips of tulips poking up. What should I do?! Put them somewhere colder, like my outdoor shed and hope they go back into dormancy hopefully with out harm? Let them do their things until spring and put them back out? These were all only in pots because I haden't anywhere in my yard to put them, or int he case of the tulips and daylilly, I didn't know which kind they were and wanted them to bloom before putting them in the ground.
East Village Garden

East Village Garden

Wall Decals Save the DESK—-(day)

Wall Decals Save the DESK—-(day)

funnel cake

funnel cake

leaning tree

leaning tree

My Living Room and Desk Area

My Living Room and Desk Area

Tax Day.. well a little late

Tax Day.. well a little late