Tips to grow and care for Hyacinth

Hyacinth has one of the loveliest scents among spring blooming plants.

Even from a distance you’ll be able to smell their intense bloom scent.

Its bloom has spikes of bright colors.

Modern hyacinths are easy-to-grow, they can be planted in pots, garden, or in water in the bulb vase, with no soil.

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For best results plant them during mid to late autumn, anytime after your first fall frost and before frost.

For the largest bloom and tallest stems plant where they get full sun. They are also tolerant to partial shade.


Spread thick layer of mulch on the roots to retain moisture for longer duration, in hot climate.


Excessive watering can cause common plant diseases. water only when soil look dry.

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

Before planting, lose 2 to 4 inches of soil to add compost or bone-meal as fertilizer.

Always water on the base of the plant, wet stems or blooms for a longer time will invite pests and fungal diseases.

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