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Getting paperwhites to bloom

Leaves are growing but no blooms. They are inside. I’m in zone 10. Would they do better outside?


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#1 Comment By Alisma On 09/24/2016 @ 9:05 pm

Paperwhite, botanical name Narcissus papyraceus, is hardy in zones 7 to 10, so you can move them outside. This might help a lot since having more light encourages many flowers to bloom. Check this article for other reasons why you might not see blooms:

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If it has already bloomed once, see this article:

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