Among the large spring-blooming bulbs, Hyacinths may be the closest rival to Tulips for range and intensity of color, offering everything from yellow, orange, pink, blue, and purple to pristine white. We created this striking study in light and dark from just three varieties, blending spun-sugar pink with the deepest of maroons plus creamy white. Not labeled. 12 bulbs cover 2sq ft.
Over centuries of breeding to increase the size, abundance, and color range of Hyacinth flowers, one thing remained the same -- their rich perfume. Modern varieties can look a little stiff if they're lined up in the garden, so spread them around, combining them with Pansies and shorter Tulips. Plant the bulbs in full sun and rich, well-drained soil that stays warm and dry in summer when the bulbs are dormant. Order extra to force indoors in winter. For more information on Hyacinth care, click on "Growing Guide & Tips".