Hyacinths are amazing for spring décor, especially if you grow them at home – it’s so refreshing! So, why not take several bulbs and grow them with or without any soil? How is it better to arrange the hyacinths? Here are some ideas to fill your home with hyacinths and spring.
Hyacinths as any bulbs can be grown with or without soil, just in a vase with water, so that gives you more opportunities to arrange and style them in various ways. Hyacinths may be grown in various pots and vases and arranged with moss (add twigs and pinecones and you’ll get a lovely woodland spring centerpiece), daffodils, tulips, greenery and other spring stuff depending on the style and effect you want to create.
To add a chic vintage feel you can grow hyacinths in vintage cups, tea pots, baskets, sacks, and for a rustic touch take a dough bowlor add burlap and ribbon. If you want a modern arrangement, prefer a sheer glass vase or some simple glasses, for Easter create a centerpiece of a tray, feathers, eggs and hyacinths – that’s very pretty! A Scandinavian decor idea is putting or planting hyacinths into a black or white bowl, adding moss and pebbles. Hyacinths are ideal for a spring centerpiece, any table or party would be greatly decorated with them! Look at the ideas below and get inspired by the colorful spring blossoms!