First off the last Pleine that needs storing. My other Pleiones already lost their foliage and were stored two weeks ago but the Pleione Formosana kept going for a little bit longer.
It has a nice and rather pretty fat bulb that should store without any problems.
The method I am using is a bit unusually but still very simple. I add a bit of the moist bark from the pot to a zip lock baggie and add the bulb and the label. Pleione can overwinter completely dry but a tiny bit of moisture to prevent dessication is a plus. Just seal the baggie and put it in the veg crisper in your fridge. In a couple of months you get them out again for a nice spring display.
Pleasingly the Gloriosa Rothchildiana tubers have doubled going from three to six. Due to the crappy summer we may not have had a grand flower display but it hasn't hurt the bulbs from growing fat and plenty.
This next one is still a NOID but it has white trumpet like flowers that smell nice at night. there are still only three bulbs but especially the one on the left has tripled in size.
I am really chuffed with how well they all multiplied and they should provide a abundance of flowers next year. Last year I removed all the earth and kept them between some newspaper in the shed. This year I shook of most of the soil and layered them in a pot and put them in the shed. Here is a picture of the summer bulbs in Spring.