Last Fall I planted tulip and daffodile bulbs, and they have finished blooming. They occupy a large part of my flower bed and I would like to move them in order to make room for summer flowers plants. I know one must allow the leaves to turn yellow before lifting the bulbs. This allows the bulb to get all the energy it will need for next spring's flowering. But, would it be possible to transfer them to a container fill with peat moss and let the leaves wither?. Afterwards I would clean them, and store them in a cool place until this coming Fall.