The incredibly fragrant hyacinth flower is great for growing n any garden if your looking to add burst of unbelievable color & texture to any tropical garden.
Here you will be able to purchase hyacinth bulbs and plants & learn how to grow them to make your hyacinth garden or patio deck incredible.
Its easy to grow these flowers from hyacinth bulbs, I planted some woodstock hyacinth last year and when they died I just cut off all the dead foliage down to soil level and left them there.
Just recently and its now Feb 17 the bulbs stared growing again and my beautiful peach, pink and purple colored flowers are now about 5 inches tall but will reach up to 12 inches.
The hyacinth flowers also known as hyacinthus orientalis that grow very dense and compact on tall stems with long dark green spears which are its leaves shooting from the base of this hyacinth plant.
These Brightly colored stemmed flowers were once placed in the genus of Liliaceae. Now that they have become more popular and adored by many gardeners they have now earned their own category of genus called Hyacinthaceae.
Hyacinth plants are native to the eastern Mediterranean region all the way east to Iran and Turkmenistan and even a small not so known region called Anatolia.
Tropical Plants For Sale Below
Below you will find a huge supply and a large range of colors of the most Beautiful and Fragrant flowers, the Hyacinth.
If you are looking to create a sweet smelling garden that makes you feel like you’re in a relaxing Oasis, then these Hyacinth bulbs are perfect for you!
Above is a hyacinth bulb being grown in a glass jar. This method is called Forcing, how cool is this?
Hyacinth Care and Growing Hyacinths
As most of us know Hyacinths as being one of the most fragrant flowers that bloom in a spring garden.
Whith hyacinth planting first start by digging up a hole in a shady spot approximately 6 to 8 inches deep. Place your hyacinth bulbs pointy end up, cover with soil and make sure you press firmly down and around the bulb.
Spacing is very important that your bulbs are at least 3 to 5 inches apart. Immediately soak your bulbs in water thoroughly after planting.
Plant them in shade, direct sunlight will wilt and burn the flowers.
Moist soil is best for these flowers but not constant standing water. Go ahead and let the soil dry out to the touch a bit between watering.