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I have in my backyard more than enough hyacinth, now is a middle of October, pretty cool in Canada, can I dig out few and force them to bloom in winter and how, should I keep them also as purchased from the store? Thank you in advance.
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I have used the water method with the forcing bulbs and it is easy.
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this app is the best this is a wonderful idea thanx
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