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Ont-ice | 17:36 Tue 08th May 2007 | Home & Garden
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Now that my hyacinths have stopped blooming, may I cut them back or do they, like tulips and daffodils, need to stay as is until the leaves die down?

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Treat them like tulips, ont-ice. You'll have a better bloom next year. Put a bit of fertilizer down now to give them a good boost.
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Thank you, Lafrancaise.
I was hoping I could cut them down as the garden looks so messy at the moment with all the dying leaves and perennials not yet tall enough to hide them.

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