3 years to reach maturity
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Hyacinthus is a small genus containing 3 bulbous perennial species in the Asparagaceae family, originating from the Eastern Mediterranean region. They have broad strap-shaped leaves and spikes of scented bell-shaped flowers with reflexed, backwards bending petals. Commonly known as Hyacinth, they are popular garden and houseplants and there are many cultivars and hybrids available bred to have more densely clustered flowers and a wide range of colours.
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Grown for their dense spikes of fragrant, tubular flowers; ideal for spring bedding displays and for pot cultivation indoors.
Spring Bulbs for Autumn Planting
Plant out these flowering bulbs in autumn to enjoy their performance next year.Explore all