In U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 7 and 8, dig up gladiolus bulbs after the foliage has died and before the ground freezes. Gladiolus bulbs are food-storage structures called corms.
Lily bulbs should be transplanted in late fall after the foliage has died. The bulbs are roots that store nutrients for the next season's blooms.Full Answer >
New potatoes are harvested as soon as the plant is done flowering in the early summer, and mature potatoes are harvested in the fall after the foliage has all died. New potatoes are small potatoes that are eaten right away, while mature potatoes are suitable for storing for winter use.Full Answer >
Tulip bulbs generally should be planted during the fall or early winter, between the months of September and December. The exact month for best results depends heavily on the USDA Climate Hardiness Zone in which they are planted.Full Answer >
Tulip bulbs should be transplanted in the fall, according to Tulips.com. The tulips take root during the winter, and the cold is necessary in order to spark growth in the spring.Full Answer >