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RE: Speaking of presents

You are saying to keep the same water for close to 3 months.. granted
you will have to add some, but scum comes to mind...

And yes, I am 'one of those'... so I will probably plant it anyways :)


> Re > hyacinths - water, fertilizer
> No need to change the water nor fertilize.  If you want to fertilize,
> dilute so as not to burn roots I would think. Fert doesn't boost
> year's growth.   Bulbs cost 40 cents to $1.00, and even when
> planted in soil stand a good chance of reverting to sparse flowers in
> succeeding years.  Don't bother planting unless you're one of those wh
> just
> can't bear not to....
> Kitty

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