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Let Loose with Scissors: Keeping Hyacinths Happy

Hyacinths – colourful and fragrant with a strong, heady scent of spring. Their compact spikes of pretty, bell-shaped flowers packed densely onto short stems gives them real cottage garden appeal although they are in fact native to the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East. Hyacinths are now firmly established in gardens across the world and were much loved by the Victorians who had a meaning for every colour; white was unobtrusive loveliness, pink stood for playful joy and purple – devoted love. Bees love them too, especially the darker colours and more strongly scented varieties.

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