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Wood hyacinths

I see these beauties are to zone 9, but will they really do well in central Florida. Do they need a cold period to survive and bloom


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 05/14/2017 @ 7:58 am

Woodland Hyacinth will grow in zones 4 – 8. It is likely too warm to grow them successfully in the ground in your area.
You may have some luck growing them in a container and providing a dark and cooler location to winter over.

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