Suited specifically for growing indoors and reaching a height of 25cm, these will fragrance your home beautifully.
When planted before the end of September, they will produce marvellous flowers from mid-December onwards.
If preferred, they can also be grown in hyacinth glasses.
Hyacinth glasses are fun as they allow you to follow the development of the roots and the growth of the bud on a daily basis.
To use, place the bulb in the glass making sure the bulb does not touch the water.
The roots will form and grow down into the water.
Keep the bulb and glass in a cool, dark place, once the bud has formed, it can be moved into the living room or any desired spot within your home.
These can be grown in almost any container, using bulb fibre.
You can plant up to 5 per container, leaving the neck of the bulb protruding above the surface.
Water, then place in a cool, frost free spot at a maximum temperature of 9C.
Check weekly, when the flowering bud is through the neck of the bulb, bring into a warm, light room at 18C.
Keep moist but be careful not to over water.
Size: 16 / 17cm.
A handy tip - when growing in water, a piece of charcoal will keep the water sweet.
Please note, hyacinth bulbs can cause the skin irritation. Please use gloves or wash hands after handling.