Hyacinths and their flowerings
Hello there, I read and I experienced that Hyacinths do not bloom as thickly as the first year of flowering in the following years. This is because bulb becomes smaller and so the flowering will be poorer the next year.
Yes, ok, this is sure and the first advise I heard when I asked how to make them bloom as beautiful as the first time was: - Buy them again and enjoy the first flowering -.
I do not believe there is only that solution. I really think there is another way to have them as beautiful as the time you've bought them. I think that because dutch growers cultivate them and succeed obtaining giant and floriferous bulbs, so, why cannot I do the same? Why should I be able to make these bulbs so big again in order to let them bloom as much as possible?
I was asking myself how dutch growers do to sell Hyacinth's bulbs so floriferous. What are the main cultivation rules for that purpose?
Thank you very much in advance,