Flower Blog Archive - December 2010
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Of all the bulbs I most look forward to seeing once again, come spring, hyacinth plants would certainly be near the top of the list.
Frankly, I like everything about them. Their robust leaves announce spring's return with a confidence I find appealing. But my greatest joy comes from watching the progress made by the emergent flower head. All the hyacinth buds eventually separate from their tight "cones," peeling off one by one in an assertion of their individual rights. And oh! what a fragrance when those buds open. You don't have to be near hyacinth plants to enjoy their heavenly aroma. The gentlest breeze will waft the smell of these fragrant plants across to the landscape to your grateful nostrils.