Hmm... I have to say my impression of Michigan Bulb is not the best, but assuming they send you good quality plant materials, I think you would still have time to plant them and succeed. Even where you live, I suspect that the ground has not frozen solid yet and you are only getting above ground or ground surface weather effects.
While you wait for the shipment to arrive, research the best locations around the garden to plant them based on sun requirements, shade tolerance, moisture requirements, drainage, winter hardiness, etc. and prep the beds by clearing weeds, digging/removing rocks, and working in compost and organic matter, etc. For bulbs, you should work in bulb fertilizer and/or bone meal as well. Have ready (buy or gather) good quality mulching material -- especially planting late, you will want to mulch well (more thickly than normal) to give them a chance to settle in before the ground freezes.
If you have questions maybe separate your questions into different threads after the plants have been appropriately sorted and grouped according to their needs. Do you need help with that?
Also, tulips, violets, crocus, possibly primrose will need protection from rabbits -- fencing -- which you will not be able to put up in late winter/early spring when bulbs start to grow and rabbits start to forage while the ground is still frozen. So get the materials needed/stakes, fencing, and put them up after you plant. (fencing will also help hold the mulch and keep from blowing away if you use leaves or straw)
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