Spring Beauty Hyacinth
Fall Planting: This product will ship September-October according to your hardiness zone.
Hyacinthus orientalis. An impressive new Hyacinth with densely packed, fully double florets in candy-pink. As the flowers mature, their edges develop a silvery sheen. Unbelievably fragrant and such a reliable harbinger of spring! Height 8-12". Bulb size: 14-15cm.
Sold as: Pkg of 5
|1||Pkg of 5||$ 14.45 / pkg|
|2||Pkg of 5||$ 13.20 / pkg|
|3||Pkg of 5||$ 12.45 / pkg|
|4+||Pkg of 5||$ 11.75 / pkg|
Bulbs for Fall Planting:
Plant the bulbs as soon as possible once you have received them. If you cannot plant the bulbs as soon as they have been shipped to you, remove the bulbs from plastic bags and put them on trays with damp peat moss or sawdust in a cool, well-ventilated place until you have a chance to plant them. Do not store them at temperatures below 4°C. Generally, all bulbs planted in the fall are hardy and do not need any special protection unless specified.
Where to Plant:
The most important rule when planting bulbs is to choose an area that is well-drained. Most bulbs will rot or deteriorate quickly where soil is constantly damp. Most bulbs thrive in full sun, or at least 5-6 sunny hours daily.
Planting Bulbs General Info:
Plant bulbs individually by digging a hole for each bulb with a trowel or bulb planter, or place several bulbs on the bottom surface of a larger hole, then cover with soil. As planting depths and spacing varies depending on the type of bulb, refer to the cultural information found later in this guide. Be sure to loosen the soil at the bottom of the hole and work in a handful of organic fertilizer such as Veseys Bulb Fertilizer. Then press each bulb firmly into the soil, top pointing up and fill in the hole. When in doubt as to which way is up on a bulb, plant it on its side and let 'Mother Nature' decide!
Plant 4"-6" deep and 4"-8" apart, in clumps of at least four bulbs.
Full sun, and average to rich, well-drained soil. In cold zones apply a thick winter mulch after the ground has frozen in fall and remove it in early spring. Hyacinths produce the largest, more formal blooms the first spring, and smaller, looser spikes thereafter.
Be sure to wear gloves while planting this type of bulb as it can cause skin sensitivities when in direct contact.