Hyacinths in a Ribbed Hurricane Glass
In this mix
- Indoors (Frost Free)
- Broad Tolerance
- 30cm (12in)
- Common name
- Plant with the bulb two thirds in, one third out of the soil. Or place in a bulb forcer with the roots in water.
At Christmas, sweet-smelling hyacinths are ideal, their striking flowers are bold and architectural with an interesting silhouette. 'White Pearl' has a fantastic scent and I love it here potted up in our vintage silver hurricane glass, topped with moss. Silver to me is the colour of a happy Christmas - I love the sharpness and brightness it brings. I'm scattering a few of these pots around my London house for a modern and crisp look.
- Ribbed Hurricane Glass H12 x W12cm
- We recommend placing on a mat to protect furniture
- For indoor use only
- Wipe clean with a dry cloth to preserve the finish
For further care information, see our instruction sheet here.
When flowering, water often. You may get two flowers from each bulb. Once the first browns, cut down to soil level, making room for the next. After flowering, plant in the garden. They will revert to normal spring flowering times the following year.