Quite a grateful little bulb, this small wild hyacinth. It comes back year after year and blooms quite exuberantly. When planted in a relatively undeveloped part of the garden, it will spread around joyfully. This hyacinth bulb doesn’t care if it is in bright sunlight or in the shade and blossoms exuberantly either way. I planted it in our orchard, where it thrives and even displaces weeds. By the time it blooms, around the second week of May, often the weather is already quite nice, so you’ll be able to enjoy it while you’re outside. Available in three colours: white, pink and blue.