I got a chance to put some of my bulbs in the ground today. I first checked the soil temperature (58 degrees) to make sure it was safe to plant them yet. It should be below 60, otherwise they'll start to grow. We're expecting nights in the 30's this weekend, so I'm sure it's safe. So I got out my bulb auger, which I can attach to my power drill -- a great time- and shoulder-saver. With a couple hundred bulbs to plant, I wasn't about to dig that many holes, and my garden is too full to dig trenches.
I put in my little species tulips (Little Beauty), Iris Reticulata (short rock garden irises called Blue Harmony), three bare-root Bowl of Beauty Peonies, and gobs of alliums. I still have some full-size tulips and more alliums to plant, and I'm hoping my favorite garden center will have some more bulbs in stock so that I can fill in some spots that are bare in the Spring.
This year, I am feeding my bulbs with bone meal, to give them a little boost.