Early to mid-spring-flowering, hardy, pest-resistant bulb
Description: Large, single-flowered, highly-scented flowers in pinkish-red with a white blush
Habit: Flower height of 8 to 12 inches
Culture: Plant bulbs 5 to 6 inches deep in well-prepared garden loam; full sun or light shade; also excellent for forcing indoors or for growing in containers
Hardiness: USDA Zones 4 through 8
In 1807, President Jefferson recorded planting one of the oval flower beds at Monticello with double hyacinths in four colors—pink, yellow, white, and blue. Hyacinths were very popular in the 18th century, for both their fragrance and range of colors. More than 2000 distinct varieties were being produced by Dutch growers in the mid-1700s. ‘Jan Bos’ was first introduced in 1910.
5 bulbs per bag.