Hello. I have a hyacinth. The bloom has already died, I've cut the stall down. I transplanted from a 4" plastic pot to a 6" clay pot. It was fine till mid morning the next day the leaves drooped. In the picture I have them held with a tie, without it, they would be hanging over the side. Should I cut the leaves off?
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Once your forced Hyacinth has finished blooming, the leaves should be left to die down naturally.
Your bulb can then be stored or planted outdoors.
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