How to care for Hyacinth

Among spring flowering plants, hyacinth has one of the most lovely smells.

Their strong bloom perfume will be detectable even from a distance.

Modern hyacinths are simple to cultivate; they may be grown in pots, in the yard, or in water in a bulb vase with no soil.

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Plant them in mid to late October, anytime after your first fall frost but before frost.

Plant in full light for the greatest blooms and tallest stalks. They can also tolerate some shade.

In warmer climates, apply a thick layer of mulch to the roots to retain moisture for a longer period of time.

Excessive watering may promote the spread of common plant diseases. Water only when the soil seems to be dry.

Plant in loose soil, moderate fertilizer soil with good drainage, avoid planting where water gets choked; hyacinth gets rot in wet soil.

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