hello to all my new friends, this is my first post and i hope to participate a great deal with you through the summer. this spring i found much to my delight that the women who owned my home before me had planted hyacinth bulbs in my front garden bed. they bloomed early and smelled so sweet whenever i came home, it was just wonderful. when the flowers were spent i pulled them from the leaves and left them next to them in the garden. well today as i was watering around them, i noticed that the stalks with the flowers have what i imagine are the next generation of bulbs developing on them. am i correct in assuming this? if this is so, how do i prepare them for next year? should i plant them and forget about them, or store them in a dry place perhaps? can someone please help explain this so i can enjoy them next year with the pride of saying i cultivated them from the flower. thanks to all my new friends!!!