White Hyacinths have 8″ tall, compact, column-shaped spikes of white flowers that bloom in early spring. Hyacinths prefer full sun to part shade and well-drained soil that is high in nutrients. Flowers last longer if partial shade is provided. The size of a Hyacinth bulb has a direct correlation to flower size. The bigger the bulb, the larger and more compact the flower spike. Planting depth: 6″ to 8″ Space bulbs 3″ to 6″ apart.
- Height: 6" – 8"
- Width: 3" – 6"
- Soil Conditions: Dry
- Flower Color: White
- Bloom Time: March
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Plant Characteristics - Hyacinthus
- Sun to Part Shade
- 6" to 8"