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I have a hyacinth bulb on the outside in a microscopic jar that has put a gem on sunny days. Today I decided to take him inside where there are about 18 degrees ... did I do wrong? Should I leave it inside? I don't know what to do with this map! can someone give me advice?
hyacinths are bulbs that in Italy develop quietly outdoors; they are planted in autumn, in the garden, and they sprout in late winter or early spring, as soon as the days begin to lengthen.
Your hyacinth, however, was brought to 18 ° C, so for him it is now spring, so you should let it bloom as it grows, then cultivate its leaves and then when they dissociate try burying it in the garden.