The hyacinth, narcissus, and crocus bulbs are also planted in the fall in beds in the States east of the lakes and in the South. In the Western States, on dry soil and with leaf protection in winter, they are also grown, but not with the simple care required by the tulip, especially after the first crop of bloom from the imported bulbs. Indeed, in the South the best results seem to come from the best grades of imported bulbs. But when the bulbs are selected and, after drying, are rolled up in paper, or mingled with dry sand and kept in a dry place, they do fairly well for replanting in the fall. The hyacinth and narcissus are planted some deeper than the tulip, but the crocus is not planted more than one inch deep after firming the soil.