Carnegie Hyacinth Pure-White Fragrant Blooms
- Early to Mid-Spring Blooms
- Long-Lasting Bloom Period
- Highly Fragrant
- Great in Containers
While we like to think this snow-white hyacinth was named after the pure white hair and beard Andrew Carnegie was known for, it's much more likely the pureness of each of the white blooms reflects the purity of Mr. Carnegie's philanthropic deeds. This angelic white hyacinth glows with goodness. And its sweet perfume is just as lovely as its appearance. Need we say more about the Carnegie Hyacinth? Well, we're happy to, since you'll want to know where to plant it.
The Carnegie Hyacinth is known for its tenacity and ability to hold up through spring storms and downpours. In fact, these bright and cheery blooms are some of the longest-lasting you will find. It also really pops from a distance and offers lovely detail when admired up-close. Each star-shaped bloom has a deep throat and reflexed petals. From a distance, these abundant blooms meld together for a stunning vision of white.
These strong and sturdy flowers make great additions to flower arrangements or the garden. With a delightful and powerful scent, they make spring a fully immersive experience.
We think they look best when paired with deeper, richer colors like violets and reds, or brighter colors like peaches and yellows. They do well in containers, as well. They prefer partial sun to full sun and aren't very picky when it comes to soil type.
Not only will you find yourself attracted to their lovely scent, but bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds are, too. In fact, they will repay your charity by posing for pictures as they go from bloom to bloom.
If you're looking for a spring bulb with a true legacy, the Carnegie Hyacinth is an easy choice, order now!
We will ship your bulbs based on the correct planting time for your area.
|8 - 12 inches
|Growing Zone Range
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