Hyacinths without blooms

I have many dutch hyacinth plants in my yard (Zone 7) but they aren't flowering. If I transplant and/or fertilize, will that help the blooms return? Will they ever return or should I just pull them?

Submitted by arivers599336

Hyacinths tend to be short-lived in most landscapes. They usually flower most profusely the first year after planting, and then go downhill gradually from there. Unless your yard has full sun and extremely well-drained soil and is dry through the summer months, it's likely that the hyacinths won't improve, so you may want to remove them and plant new ones this fall.

Answered by DSchrock

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