Hyacinth bulbs all outta whack.
Hi everyone! I was hoping for some advice what to do when hyacinth bulbs go off their regular bloom cycle. I purchased the bulbs out of season (About March/April) as they were on super clearance and were an unusual color. I potted them up and put them outside figuring they would grow a bit, not bloom, go dormant and be ready for next year. They surprised me by blooming their little heads off (On really short stems) producing a lot of foliage, which I let ripen, and went dormant in mid summer. Fast forward to now and I see that they have not only broken the surface but have flowerheads on them! I had left them potted in containers because I was concerned about drainage and critters and now I'm not sure if I should pull them into the sunny unheated garage and let them do their thing or what? Will it be possible to ever get them back on their natural schedule? They seem otherwise happy and several have split and made healthy baby bulbs.