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By Marilyn from Orem


I planted some hyacinths and daffodils in various pots last Fall and I either got nothing or just green leaves pop up. They spent the winter on my cement sidewalk out in front. What did I do wrong?


The age of the bulb as well as the type of bulb could have determined the bloom of your hyacinths and daffodils. The fact that they came up with green leaves is a good thing. If the bulbs that you planted were not a top grade, though, sometimes they will not bloom the first year. If this is the case, you will begin to get flowers in following years.
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