They're finally planted, in pots of one, three, four; even two bonsai pots with 6 and 7.
I let my Hyacinth bulbs stay in the fridge for an extra week for lack of enthusiasm. Bits of green commenced to peek out of the bulbs and roots formed. Part of the joy of hyacinths is waiting for buds to appear and a further wait for blooms.
After I ordered off for a carefully planned group of Hyacinths in a pink to purple range from Gypsy Queen to a pretty lavender, I bought an extra bag at the big box store of mixed. Last year's mix had no blue --the above pots are from 2012. Like Forrest's box of chocolates, you never know what will bloom from a mixed bag.
Last year's pots. I didn't make new pics. Every year looks much the same, except for the additions. One year I tucked in graptopetalum. Last year I carefully dug moss off a ditch bank.