These are fabulously scented flowers in white, pinks or blues which grow from bulbs. They are often seen as indoor bulbs at Christmas when they have been ‘forced’. However, they grow happily outside and are best near a doorway or path in a sunny spot.
If you have had some indoors once they have finished flowering remove the old flower, feed them and then plant outside before the leaves begin to die down. They will come up year after year. You can also buy the bulbs in the Autumn and plant out as you would other Spring bulbs. They also work well in containers to create a Spring display.