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Pick a spot that has full sun to the north and light shade to the south. Use rich, moist, well-drained soil. Prepare your soil well using plenty of organic material, making sure to mix a complete fertilizer with the soil. Plant the bulbs flat side down, the pointed end facing up about 8 inches deep. Make sure to space them 2 to 4 inches apart.
After planting, water hyacinths well to settle the soil around the bulbs. Roots will form in the autumn. Top growth and fragrant flowers will develop in the spring.
If you live in an area with severe winter and spring frosts where the ground freezes, as part of proper care of hyacinths you will want to mulch the bulbs for protection.
Some additional hyacinth flower advice is that as your hyacinth plant bulbs poke out of the soil and start to grow, some of them might need stakes –particularly double hyacinths, which can be top heavy.
A beautiful, bee friendly, cut flower. With a fascinating two-toned blue florets cover the classic hyacinth form and emit a fragrance that is simply luxurious. Plant them in small groups along a sunlit border or in pretty patio pots that can be moved around—wherever you'd like visitors to stop and admire. Creates a sensational spring scene by attracting butterflies to the garden..
- Bee Friendly, Deer Resistant
- Great cut flower and fragrant
- Perfect for zones 3-8
- Height: 10"
- Requires Full to Partial Sun