Answer: Grape hyacinths usually put up some foliage in the fall, then go on to bloom and grow in the spring. Since those nonblooming bulbs have been warmer, it is possible they have not had enough chilling to bloom yet. You might try setting them in the cooler brighter location and see if that helps -- although it may take a while! Either way, cutting off the leaves would not encourage blooming.
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