Hyacinths - garden and species

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Sat, 03 Mar 2012 02:54:30 PST

I assume that the  "multiflorum forms" are very close the the original 
Hyacinthus  orientalis.  This species  has widely naturalised here by seeds  
and can be  found  readily in old gardens.  I especially recommend the  
white form 'albilus' which flowers about a month earlier than the species. 
see   http://bulbargence.com/m_catalogue/index.php/…

Kind greetings

Lauw de Jager


South of France  badly suffering  from an extended drought!!

    -----Original Message-----
    I also have some mulitflorum types in another part of the
    garden that have multiplied very slowly over a longer period of time.
    They produce a few small spikes per bulbs.

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