Hyacinths for partial shade/filtered sun

mulchwoman(metuchen,nj)July 5, 2005


I am new to this forum and I would like to plant some hyacinths this fall in a spot which could be described as partial shade. I have 2 hydrangeas doing very well near there right now.

Would this work?

Also I would like to do lily of the valley--I don't know when to plant them or where to obtain them.



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waplummer(Z5 NY)

Think thrice before planting Lily of the Valley

    Bookmark   July 5, 2005 at 4:20PM
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