• Pink Pearl Hyacinth - 84120
  • Pink Pearl Hyacinth - 84120
  • Pink Pearl Hyacinth - 84120
  • Pink Pearl Hyacinth - 84120
Ships Fall

Pink Pearl Hyacinth

Hyacinth orientalis

#84120
Availability: Fall Pre-Order
$6.47
Was: $12.95
You Save: $6.48 (50.0%)
6 bulbs per package
Quantity:
4.80 stars, based on 10 review(s)
Ship Season: Fall

Great for the garden or as potted plants, the 'Pink Pearl' Hyacinth blooms mid-spring with a very striking color and is very fragrant. A pearly luster covers each deep pink flower making it appear alomst iridescent! Don't leave this little gem out of your garden plans for spring!

  • Hyacinths prefer a sunny planting location
  • Plant hyacinths in well-drained soil; amend the soil with organic matter such as compost, manure or peat moss.
  • The skin of hyacinths can cause a minor allergic skin reaction in some people. We suggest using gloves when handling your hyacinth bulbs.
  • Plant hyacinth bulbs 6-8” deep, for strong root growth dig out the entire planting area 15” deep, back fill with amended soil to 6-8” and plant your hyacinth bulbs, back fill with remaining soil.
  • Space hyacinth bulbs 6-8”.
  • Water the planting area immediately after planting to eliminate air pockets. Hyacinths are very sensitive to rotting, any additional water in fall or winter is not suggested.
  • Apply a thick 2-3” layer of organic mulch to the planting area in mid to late fall.
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Newport News, Virginia

Very nice shade to go along with the rest of my new flower garden

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  • Very nice color
  • Tall and Full
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  • Packaging has only a product number
I'm significantly disabled, and hadn't even tried to garden, including maintaining what I planted while was very able. After stumbling on a contraption I can use to do some gardening, I started with bulbs...lots and lots of them. I have had hyacinths in the past, was always happy with them, so I got 5 different varieties and planted them on a corner of my patio with this being right at the corner, alternating 5 hyacinths, 4 crocus, 7 tulips, 4 crocus, going along both sides from that corner. These were first to show buds of the hyacinths, and a couple days later, are almost fully formed. Very nice to see where they are as the rest of everything comes to bloom.
The only con I have is that the packaging has difficult to see information and only the product number, no color, nothing else. I got multiple packs so it was important to me to know what was what while I was planting, so I had to create a workaround to get my planting plan to work correctly.

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Needed some pink in the bulb bed. Great end of season deal.

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Needed some pink in the bulb bed. Great end of season deal.

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Needed some pink in the bulb bed. Great end of season deal.