|I have hyacinths and I submitted a question about storing them until I can plant them.The process you told me about trying to force them to flower by putting in special vases.after this process I won't be able to plant them until october or december of 2010?
|Answer from NGA
January 21, 2010
|That's correct. Hyacinth bulbs should be planted in the ground in the fall where they can experience cold temperatures. They will develop roots and then foliage and a flower. If your bulbs did not get planted last fall their only hope of survival is if you force them to grow indoors and then plant them out next fall.
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