Hyacinths Outside in Florida

lauraserdar@sbcglobal.net added on April 25, 2016 | Answered

When you plant hyacinth outside in Florida, do you have to dig them up? I live in St Augustine, Florida and we get a winter but it is an average temperature of 40 to 55 degrees in the winter. We get rain as well, sometimes like a monsoon, and I worry that the fact we do not get very cold temperatures they will not like those conditions. Can you tell me how to care for them, as I have purchased quite a few and want them to continue to come back each year with their beautiful smell. Thank you Laura PS - I don't have any photos of them, as they have died already and just the leaves are left. I trimmed the flower off after it died and cut it back, leaving just the green leaves and they are starting to die now.

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Answered on April 26, 2016

You will need to lift the bulbs each year and provide 'chilling' to the bulbs to convince them they live somewhere else!
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