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Hyacinth question

saivin gotz 08142597658 at t-online.de
Wed Jul 7 14:10:24 EST 1999


Hyaciths need a quite acid soil. That means they don´t like limy earth
or lime in the irrigation water. What you can do is buy an acid
fertilizer for  plants like ericaceas or azalleas. Pot the plant into
acid soil and water the plant with rain water (tap water might have a
high content of lime in it)

good luck with your hyacinths,

MrAVenez schrieb:
> Hi,
> This is my first time here and I'm hoping someone could provide me with some
> information... What type of care should be given to a hyacinth... For instance,
> do they require very strong light?? how often should they be watered and what
> should they be potted in.. Also, this plant had a quite a few buds on it, and
> none of them opened, they all seemed to just shrivel off and now the some of
> the leaves are turning brown...

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