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  • Tami Holland Lively

    Hyacinth Bulb Vases .... my indoor garden

  • Corinne Turner

    Spring flowers- great little jars to grow bulbs

  • Mary Manzo

    forced bulbs - hyacinth bulb vases

  • Tara Ruby

    Hyacinth bulb vase. This is a neat idea ...

  • Maria Fleetwood

    Hyacinth Bulb Vases : Remodelista from US. Welcome to my page about hyacinth vases and bulbs

  • Paolo Ty

    To force—or gently persuade—hyacinths to bloom in water, you can "plant" them in a clear glass set of Three Hyacinth Bulb Vases. Keep them in a cold, dark place (where the temperature is below 50 degrees) for up to eight weeks to allow their root systems to develop. Then transfer to a sunny, warm spot.

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Giant windows needs low window shelves. (Unless you have crazy tall walls. I'd like low window shelves anyway.)