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I put my muscaris in the part of the fridge where I store fruits, but I heard that some people store them in the freezer where it's much colder.

However, won't the freezer freeze them to death? Which one is better?

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Grape hyacinths in Hong Kong... wow! From what I read, you got it right. –  Ed Staub Dec 7 '11 at 5:07
    
They might know over at the Cooking stack exchange. See Hints on storage of vegetables and fruit –  Lisa Dec 8 '11 at 0:18
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Put them in the coldest part of the refrigerator, which is normally the part closest to the freezer. The freezer would be a little too cold and most of the refrigerator is too warm. 25-30 degrees Fahrenheit is usually best. If you keep your refrigerator below forty degrees, it will probably do fine.

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Do you mean the coldest part of the refrigerator, or a particular temperature, or...? Depending on the design, the location relative to the freezer differs. –  Ed Staub Dec 8 '11 at 13:10
    
The part of the freezer closest to the freezer is normally coldest. –  J. Musser Dec 9 '11 at 2:07
    
Don't you mean the part of the fridge closest to the freezer in your last comment? –  Daniel δ Dec 9 '11 at 19:15
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Sorry, I mean the part of the refrigerator closest to the freezer. –  J. Musser Dec 11 '11 at 2:17
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