Daylilies in January
Those delicate looking spring-flowering bulbs are pretty tough little numbers, too. I know it is tempting to bundle them up against the returning winter chill, but that makes them even warmer and cozier, and therefore more likely to grow. Leave them be unless you see flower buds forming. Do cover them up with some leaves or mulch. They may get frost nipped anyway, but the bulbs should go back to sleep, and rebloom in spring when we need them most.