shawnfromin at webtv.net
Fri Jan 21 23:37:29 EST 2000
Hyacinth is generally a cool weather flower that grows best in the
nortern climates, therefore that lady's suggestion is probably your best
course of action.
The only problem is that in two months it's going to be too hot to plant
it outside and get it to do much of anything. So I guess you've got a
dilemna on tour hands!
As far as the foliage is concerned once you put it in the fridge the
foliage is going to die anyway so you might as well get a head start on
that process by cutting it back.
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