These yellow hyacinths have splendid fragrant and alluring flowers in spring. They look attractive in a garden display, interlaced with other spring flowers like tulips and muscari. By being creative and choosing the colours carefully, such as yellow hyacinths and red tulips, you can produce a really pretty display. To plant them, place the bulbs in a hole about 12 cm deep, cover with soil, then firm down and water. They also make great indoor flowers and can be transferred to the garden when finished flowering, ready for next year. You can order three, five, ten or twenty bulbs.