Hyacinth

The bulbous plant of hyacinth has oblate bulblets and purple, blue and white membranous skin, which is usually similar to the color of flowers. The leaves are glossy, banded, fleshy, and fleshy. When hyacinth blooms, there are about 10-20 small flowers in the upper part of the stem. Generally, they grow laterally, and a few of them droop. They are the same shape as the corolla. They are funnel-shaped and rich in color. There are many strains such as blue, pink, purple, yellow and white.

The growth of hyacinth needs sufficient light, its cold resistance is strong, and the cool and humid growth environment is suitable. Hyacinth is suitable to be planted in fertile sandy soil with good drainage. In addition to field planting, it can also be hydroponiced. Hyacinth sprouts in spring, takes root in autumn and blooms in March.

Ornamental value: hyacinth is a kind of rare bulbous flower. Its plant grows orderly and low. It blooms in early spring. It has elegant inflorescence and rich colors, and its posture is very beautiful. It can be well placed in flower beds, flower borders and flower troughs for decoration. It can also be made into cut flowers and potted plants or watered for viewing. Other values: hyacinth can also filter dust; flower fragrance can help to stabilize mood and relieve mental fatigue; in addition, it can extract aromatic oil from flowers. Note: Hyacinth Bulb contains toxicity, which can cause dizziness, stomach spasm and diarrhea after eating by mistake. Therefore, it is necessary to avoid eating by mistake for children or pets.

Hyacinth's flower language: victory, competition, joy, happiness, pride, love, admiration, affection, and eternal memory. It also symbolizes that as long as we light the fire of life, we can share a rich life. Forget the past sadness and start a new love.