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Hyacinth flower

Hyacinth flower (Picture 1)


Hyacinth, native to the Mediterranean coast and Asia Minor, is one of the most fragrant varieties of flowering plants found in research. It likes a sunny and humid growth environment, and requires well-drained and fertile sandy loam. There are more than 2,000 horticultural varieties of hyacinth in the world, which are mainly divided into "Dutch species" and "Roman species". The former is an authentic variety, most of which have only one scape, strong body and larger flowers. The latter are mostly mutated hybrids, each of which can bear two or three scapes, is young and weak, and has finer flowers. Most consumers like to buy Dutch hyacinths.

The origin of hyacinth is in the northeast of the Mediterranean and has a long history of cultivation, dating back to the 15th century. For more than 300 years, hyacinth has been a favorite flower breeding object of European horticultural plant breeders. The breeding goal is to cultivate novel flower colors, double flowers and large and beautiful flowers. The number of cultivars of hyacinth reached its peak at the end of the 19th century, and in the following 100 years, with the loss of many cultivars, the varieties of hyacinth declined. The remaining hyacinth resources were preserved due to the efforts of hyacinth enthusiast Arun and others. Arun established a hyacinth planting resource collection center in Lithuania.

In the 18th century, a red-flowered hyacinth was transformed into a light blue flower variety through buds in a Dutch plantation. It was very rare and rare at the time. It is said that the discoverer was afraid of losing this species and used a bird cage to make it. It was hung on the ceiling for collection, and it was taken out for planting during the planting season. This mutant was preserved and named the "orphan". It became the parent of many light blue hyacinth varieties later. Hyacinths produced a variety of flowers of different colors through mutations, and the increasing number of cultivars also promoted the development of the hyacinth industry in the 19th century.

The hyacinth has a low and neat plant, a dignified inflorescence, a rich flower color and a beautiful flower posture. It is one of the famous bulbous flowers that bloom in early spring, and it is also an important type of potted flower. It is suitable for arranging flower beds, flower borders and flower troughs, and can also be used as cut flowers, potted plants or water-breeding ornamental. It has a dust filter effect, and the floral fragrance can stabilize mood and relieve fatigue. In addition to flowers for viewing, aromatic oils can also be extracted. The bulb is toxic. If swallowed, it can cause dizziness, stomach cramps, diarrhea and other symptoms. Therefore, children or animals should be strictly prevented from eating by mistake. Hyacinth flower language: victory, competition, joy, love, happiness, passion, admiration, stubbornness, life, pride, eternal memory.

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