What to do with hyacinth after flowering?
In this regard, can you plant hyacinth bulbs after flowering?
After flowering, you can plant indoor hyacinths in the garden where they'll bloom the next spring. Hyacinths grown in the ground require very little maintenance. As soon as the flowers fade, deadhead them, making sure to leave the foliage to die back naturally to feed the bulb for next year.
Likewise, how long do hyacinths bloom for? After about 2 weeks, you will have gorgeous perfumed flowers that will last (in a cool spot) another 2 weeks. Once the blooms have browned and died, throw out the bulbs. Water forcing uses every scrap of energy a bulb has to offer, so the bulbs will not re-bloom.
Accordingly, how do you store hyacinth bulbs?
When the soil has dried out, carefully dig up the bulb and remove the dead foliage. Curing hyacinths is very easy. Lay the bulbs out on a newspaper in a cool, dark place for three days. After that, store them in a cool, dark location in a mesh bag.
Do hyacinths Reflower?
Hyacinths in bloom are also very pleasing to look at, with their clusters of brightly colored flowers. But like all bulb plants, hyacinths have an awkward post-bloom period, and then they fade away. You can get the bulbs to bloom again the following spring, though, if you treat them right.