|I received a hyacinth plant for my birthday this weekend. I'm new to gardening, so I have no idea what I need to do with it. It's late February here in KC, and the winter has been fairly mild (with occasional time periods of temperatures below freezing). 1) Where should I plant the hyacinth? The south side of the house is the sunniest, the east & west sides get a good amount of sunlight, and the north side gets almost nothing. 2) Is it alright to plant the hyacinth now? I suspect that we'll probably get at least two more "freezes" before spring really kicks in. 3) How deeply should I plant the hyacinth? 4) How often should it be watered? The winter has been a little drier than usual here, but the spring might make up for this. 5) Are there any plants that the hyacinth should not be placed near? We have a new house and we're noticing several plants are sprouting on the south and east parts of the house. I have no idea what they are...weed, aggressive tulips, etc. There's so many of them that there's almost no separate place to plant anything else.