Posted: 01/05/2017 at 14:55
Once the foliage has died down, lift the bulbs and set them out on a rack of sorts somewhere out of the rain. Once they are dry, you can clean them up if necessary, dust with sulphur powder ( optional) and store them in paper bags somewhere cool and dark.
Just a word of caution - this method doesn't suit all bulbs so it depends on what you are trying to save. If it isn't too long before you move house, you can just remove the bulbs from the pots and plonk them in plastic bags and replant as soon as possible in their new home. At least you can stack your pots for the removal company to take and leave you with a somewhat lighter load for yourself.