Opening ivory, this 1954 favorite sports pale greenish yellow tips, matures to shimmering white.
So much fun to grow in pots alone or combined with any of our daffodils and other spring beauties, hyacinths need at least 10 weeks at 45 degrees to do their best. They may be forced in soil or water, or planted outdoors in pots or garden beds. A classic cut flower.
Hyacinth are early bloomers, coming to remind us that cheerful days are coming soon. Bonus: they are pollinator friendly, attracting bees and butterflies to your garden.
10" stems, large 15/17 cm bulbs. Contains 6 bulbs.