Hyacinth ( Pink Pearl ) - 4 bulbs
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Hyacinthus grows from bulbs, each producing around four to six linear leaves and one to three spikes (racemes) of flowers.
This hyacinth has a single dense spike of fragrant flowers in shades of red, blue, white, orange, pink, violet, or yellow. A form of the common hyacinth is the less hardy and smaller blue- or white-petalled Roman hyacinth of florists. These flowers should have indirect sunlight and are to be moderately watered.
Common name: Hyacinth
Color: Red, blue, white, orange, pink, violet, or yellow
Bloom time: Spring; but can be forced to flower earlier indoors
Height: Height: 15-20cm
Difficulty level: Easy
Planting & Care
Hyacinth bulbs are planted in the fall and borne in spring. The Victorians revered hyacinths for their sweet, lingering fragrance, and carefully massed them in low beds, planting in rows of one color each.
Plant hyacinth bulbs in autumn.
Plant the bulbs 4 inches deep and a minimum of 3 inches apart. At the northern limits of their hardiness, plant 6 to 8 inches deep.
Grow in any well-drained, moderately fertile soil in sun or partial shade.
Loosen soil and work in compost or bonemeal for fertility.
Set the bulb in the hole with the pointy end up.
After planting and covering with soil, water thoroughly.
If you are transplanting, water sparingly and then do not water again until flower buds appear the following year.
Sunlight: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil: Acidic, Neutral, Well Drained soil.
Water: Average Water requirements.
Temprature: 15 to 32 °C
Fertilizer: Fertilizer is not essential but a dressing of a high potash and phosphate fertilizer such as bone meal or hoof and bone applied before planting may be beneficial.
- Water hyacinths in the event of a dry autumn.
- Protect container-grown plants from excessive winter moisture.
- After plants are finished flowering in spring, cut back flower stalks but allow the leaves to die back naturally.