stephweiler@outlook.com added on April 6, 2017 | Answered

my husband got me a hyacinth in a glass vase of water at store but when he got it home he dropped it on driveway&the vase shattered so he just grabbed the hyacinth and planted it in ground but im not too happy with where he put it! It has already bloomed and has a beautiful flower on it now but i wanna know if it would be possible for me to dig it back up and transplant it in another spot in the ground? will i kill it if i move it now?

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Rena Esset
Answered on April 7, 2017

If you can wait until the foliage turns yellow and pops off with a light tug, the plant will then be dormant. At that point you can move it without any risk of damage.

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