Planting Hyacinth Bulb That Sprouted Prematurely

hencinj added on March 21, 2015 | Answered

Should I plant a Hyacinth bulb that has sprouted prematurely? Found a hyacinth bulb in a box starting to sprout with small root. Should I keep the bulb in the refrigerator for a few week (now late March and already summer temperatures) or put in water or plant it now? Know nothing about hyacinths except knew they could be kept in water (roots). Think I am in zone 9a or b, not sure.

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Answered on March 21, 2015

You should plant the bulb ASAP if it has sprouted prematurely.

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