How do you prune hyacinth?

Answer There usually is no need to prune hyacinths. Once the bloom is faded, the stalk can be cut at ground level. Leave the foliage intact to "feed" the bulbs for next year's bloom.

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Why is my hyacinth plant still living after you gave it salt water Why are my other three hyacinth plants still living after I gave them water soda and milk?

a single dose wont kill them, if you continue to do it the saltwater plant will die, the milk watered plant will get sick and the soda water one will be fine

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