Dear All: Does anyone have a good method for winter storage of Tigridia pavonia in cold climates? All of the old books suggest that they be kept very dry during the winter. When I try that, I get crispy, nearly dead plants. In contrast to that, I've tried storing the freshly dug plump moist bulbs in zip lock bags in the refrigerator. This gave good results, but it was grievously offensive to the gods of domestic tranquility. Any other ideas? Jim McKenney email@example.com Montgomery County, Maryland, USA, USDA zone 7, where my bedroom floor is a minefield of bags of freshly dug, muddy tender bulbs.