Dear All: In several postings lately, mention has been made of bulbs "pulling themselves down". Seedlings will drop a root deeper into the soil and a bulb is formed at this new depth. Contractile roots are another character of certain bulbs. But do all bulbs lower themselves with such methods? Apparently such is not always the case, as mention has been made of bulbs, (Eucomis as an example) being planted not deeply enough, and it would seem they stay at the depth planted. Comments would be welcome. Cheers, John E. Bryan.