I would. I don't believe they flower as well year on year but there is no harm to it
I usually let the green die right back then store It until October.
we all do different, it usually all works, its just so wet where I live and the bulbs would probably rot. I dont takd the chance.
I've been planting them outside for years, and many of them do well. They are never as big as when they were forced, and often it takes a year or two for them to recover from being forced, but we do have quite a good lot over the garden that originated from indoor ones. i have found that the more exotic colours don't do as well outdoors as the basic pink, blue and whites - but if you have the space and the will, go for it.
I like them more when they're in the garden. They always seem too top heavy indoors
After a few years they look more like bluebells!
Indeed Nutcutlet, but that perfume! Mind you only need one or two to fill the house with the perfume. My friend was given a box containing 9, which all flowered at once, and drove her outdoors!! They had to go onto the step to be admired from afar!
Just a thought - will hyacinths hybridise with native English Bluebells? So many of us are trying to keep our bluebells pure - does anyone know?
These are from last year. They were left in the pot outside in a corner. I noticed them trying to flower a few weeks ago so brought them in. I am amazed.
I've always put mine in the garden after flowering, and I have a lovey show each spring. In fact one pink one I had in a pot about 10 years ago has made babies and I now get about 5 stems of bloom on a clump from just one bulb!