5 Reasons to #Grow #Grape #Hyacinth #Flowers! #purpleflowers


Grape Hyacinth beginner gardener how to garden

Grape Hyacinth

 

 

It’s early Spring in the Mid-Atlantic area of the U.S. and our Grape Hyacinth are in full bloom! Five reasons to grow hyacinth in your garden are:

  1. Hyacinth are hardy plants that require very little maintenance.
  2. Hyacinth are deer-resistant, rabbit-resistant, vole resistant, and squirrel resistant.
  3. Over time, hyacinth bulbs multiply on their own. You can always dig up the bulbs if you would like to plant them in a different area.
  4. After a long, dreary winter, Hyacinth provide a bright spot of color in your garden!
  5. Hyacinth smell good! They have a very strong fragrance that will tingle your senses!

For beginner gardeners, plant the large bulbs in the Autumn, and look forward to beautiful blooms in early Spring. Dig a hole 6 inches deep and insert the bulb, flat end down, pointy end up. Happy Gardening!



Grape Hyacinth how to garden beginner gardener

Grape Hyacinth

 

 

 

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To see more stunning Spring Blooms click here. For beginner gardeners, hyacinth require little to no maintenance. After they finish blooming, leave the stems on the plant until they die off naturally. The stems provide nutrients to the bulb. Check your local Home Depot, Lowes, online Burpee Gardening or eBay for their selection of Hyacinth bulbs! To learn how to plant, fertilize and prune your way to a gorgeous garden, subscribe to our YouTube channel!


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