One of the wonderful scents of spring comes from hyacinth in bloom. Even at a distance, you’ll notice these flowers’ intense fragrance and splendid spikes of vivid colours! They usually appear after crocus and around the same time as narcissus and early tulips. Although hyacinth plants are small, they pack a big punch of both colour and fragrance in their clusters of blooms. They are one of the easiest spring bulbs to grow. They grow best in full sun in a light,¬†well-drained soil. Plant the bulbs 4 inches deep and a minimum of 3 inches apart. When in bloom, feel free to cut hyacinths flowers – this will not hurt the plant. Hyacinths are long-lasting in a vase and look lovely in flower arrangements with tulips and other early spring blossoms. They also do great in containers so you can enjoy their beauty and fragrance on the balcony, patios or indoors!

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