Grape Hyacinth
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Grape Hyacinth Growing

Anonymous added on February 24, 2014 | Answered

I received a large Grape Hyacinth last year. After it bloomed, I put the bulb in a bag and then forgot to plant it in the fall. I just came across the bag and, to my surprise, the bulb has a two inch shoot coming out of it. Since we still have several inches of snow, should I just plant the bulb in a pot and let it grow and hopefully bloom? There are no roots, just a green shoot coming out of it.

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