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Posted 1M ago by @witchesspells

Leaves are turning yellow?
What do I do #GardenHyacinth
0ft to light, indirect
4” pot without drainage
Last watered 23 hours ago
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@witchesspells it looks like it’s being overwatered by the looks of the soil.

Not enough water, overwatering, poorly draining soil, and nutrient levels cause hyacinth leaves to turn yellow. To fix the yellowing of the leaves keep the soil slightly damp, treat spider mites with neem oil, and repot hyacinth in fresh ordinary compost soil.
@KikiGoldblatt thank you
They also don't last too long. They have a beautiful bloom and then the plant starts to lose the leaves. They are spring plants and if you care for the bulb, you'll see new growth next spring. They go dormant soon after they bloom.
I was just reading about these. Mine are just blooming. It was suggested you cut the flower stem and it will last in a vase. May want to double check that before taking my advice, just trying to help. Good luck!
That natural for it to happen it just dying of

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