If the ground isn’t frozen (I doubt the ground is still frozen in Brooklyn) plant them. If you had them in a chilled state all winter (40’s or below) they will bloom. If you didn’t chill them they may not bloom but should put up some foliage at least if they don’t rot in the wet ground. If their foliage gets enough sunshine this Spring they may flower next year.
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