Fancy brightening up your gaff with some delicious scented spring flowers?
Pot included: 15cm
The key to successfully growing hyacinth plants indoors is to find them a bright, airy spot near a window that receives an hour or two of direct sunlight. . Keep their soil moist (not soggy). And rotate them every few days to ensure they grow straight. Easy peasy, right?
After 8 to 12 weeks of blooming, the flowers will eventually die, and the leaves will wither. This is their natural cycle so don't panic. Hyacinths that are grown indoors won’t bloom for a second year, so you can discard the bulbs into your compost bin afterwards.