We’ve been growing hyacinths in ours and love how they look.
The bulb should be slightly smaller than the diameter of the jar and there should be enough room below the bulb for the roots to grow. You don’t even need soil – to force them open in a bit of shallow water, just add enough to cover the bottom of the bulb without submersing it.
You could try paperwhites or anemones, too. Simple and so pretty, give it a try!
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