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I'm going to offer a "no".

The bulbs are dormant and acclimated. You bring them inside and quickly warm them and you may have trouble.

I might putting something around the clay pots to add a bit of insulation, but that would be it. My fall planting cloves are safely tucked away in the garden under a few inches of soil and it's been in the teens and twenties for a couple weeks.
 

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Your clay pots could crack. Maybe take them into the garage to over-winter?
 

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i have garlic in the ground all year round and it comes back every year. as of right now it is 7 degrees F. outside they will be fine. but in pots i don't know and would doubt it.
 
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