Hyacinths usually have a violet, sometimes a pale blue flower. However, you can nowadays find them in many colors, ranging from pink to white, because of selective breeding. They usually stand at eight inches and develop a very strong scent!
Experts say that the rule of thumb is the frosts! You should plant them after the first frost, but before the ground completely freezes. Some people wonder can you plant hyacinths in the spring. It’s best not to, as they won’t grow as nearly as successful as they would if they were planted in autumn.
Hyacinths are beautiful plants of wonderful coloring, so they can really be a great addition to any part of your home. However, many professional gardeners have their favorite spots to plant these beautiful plants in.
Once the blooming period has passed and your hyacinths are done with flowering, it’s best to remove the blooms without removing the foliage. The reason you want to keep the leaves is that the leaves are needed for the bulbs to collect energy.