As you can see, quite a few of the plants in my fall-planted Inchelium Red bed have fallen, but they're still all green. By the looks of it, an animal of some sort may have trampled it (maybe even my dog), as we really haven't had much in the way of wind recently. From what I can tell, there's no sign of damage other than some of it laying down. I dug down a little to have a look at a few and they haven't fully bulbed yet - some of them are even quite small.
Question is...are these plants OK to leave in the ground for now, or is there a reasonable danger that the "trampling" has disturbed it enough to lead to rot? I'd prefer the former, but if I need to pull it, I'll go ahead an do it. I'd like to keep this stuff around for a while, and use some for this fall's planting, if at all possible.