Snow white flowers, very nice fragrance.
Hyacinths Carnegie is a beautiful multi-flowered white colored hyacinth with a compact flower and lovely green leaves. This flower looks stunning in every spring flower bedding. The flower blooms from March to April and can grow several flowers from one bulb. The fragrance flowers can’t be missed in any spring flower bedding.
Where to plant Hyacinths Carnegie?
- Hyacinths Carnegie loves a sunny spot in the garden
- Grows in all average, well-drained soils
- The plant is hardy, survives a tough winter easy
- This plant attracts bees and butterflies
Flowers of Hyacinths Carnegie
The fragrant flowers show their faces from March to April, this makes the flower an excellent Spring-flowering plant. The clock-shaped flowers smell sweet and attract insects. The bulbs grow up to 10” (25 cm) high and need to be planted about 4” (10 cm) deep. Plant around 5 flower bulbs per square feet. Watch the stunning flowers rise high above the grass. The pure white color is one of the most beautiful shades of white you have ever seen. The star-shaped little flowers form one compact Hyacinth.
Order Hyacinths Carnegie
At De Vroomen, we sell bulk bulbs for bulk prices. One bag of Hyacinths contains 25 bulbs. We ship your order to the USA and Canada.
Available from September.
Shade, Sun, Sun/Shade
25 Bulbs per Bag
Deer Resistant, Fragrant