Hyacinthus orientalis

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Noun1.Hyacinthus orientalis - widely grown for its fragrance and its white, pink, blue, or purplish flowersHyacinthus orientalis - widely grown for its fragrance and its white, pink, blue, or purplish flowers
hyacinth - any of numerous bulbous perennial herbs
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uk, 0844 879 4166) DUTCH HYACINTH DUTCH hyacinths produce stout spikes laced with fragrant bell-shaped blooms, appearing as early as March.
Dutch hyacinth (bottom left) bears fluffy spikes of fragrant flowers in shades of blue, purple, red, pink, buff, and white.
In most soils, you can leave the bulbs of Dutch hyacinths outdoors over winter, although you may not get as good a show in the second year.