Most important rule is that you plant these bulbs in the coolest part of the year and only use per-cooled bulbs.
You can buy & keep these bulbs in refrigerator for about 6 - 12 weeks before planting
In areas where the soil temperature doesn’t drop below 60 degrees, you have to use a fridge or climate controlled (40-50 degrees) room to grow healthy roots
Here are list of 11 bulbs you can try to grow this winter
Tulip ( Queen of Night ) is shinier and blacker than black blooms. This is a tulip hybrid that every collector should have at one point.
Daffodils bring cheer to the spring garden with abundant flowers in hues of yellow, white, pink, and salmon.
3 - Rananculus
Brilliantly coloured flowers of Ranunculus is a great attraction! They most often come in multiple layers of delicate, crepe paper-thin petals, looking like an origami masterwork
The Victorians revered hyacinths for their sweet, lingering fragrance, and carefully massed them in low beds, planting in rows of one color each.
Gladiolus are available with flowers in a huge range of colours, including apricot, blue, burgundy, pink, gold, red, orange, and white, as well as multicoloured varieties.
Anemones are available in a wide range of colors, from creams to pinks to reds, to purples to true blues. The only colors they are do not usually represent are yellows and oranges.
7 - Crocus
Crocuses are among one of the most popular of the early spring bloomers. Bulbs are ideal for anyone who rates themselves as keen-but-clueless because they are one of the easiest plants to grow.
These beautiful, deliciously fragrant freesia flowers add color and fragrance to your tropical garden with such ease you’ll be gald you decided to grow them.
9- Oriental Lily