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Looks like a euonymus, maybe E, japonicus
I'll have a poke on google images and check if there are other species similar
I've planted mine. In pots. If they don't make it? Tough
I only mention this because they're under a few plants of cerinthe which I think is called honeywort
The blooms tend to become smaller over the years. I like them more then
I'd need a photo
Some hyacinths have been 'prepared' to flower early indoors. It doesn't matter what you grow them in.
They're usually clearly marked and cost more.
I think chaenomeles
I should think it's a cultivar and can only be reproduced by dividing bulbs.
Sow the seed in a mix of compost and grit, in a pot. Then put a layer of grit on top.
Are you sure your seed is ripe, seeds need to ripen and mature on the plant before they're removed
sounds good Lizyann. and never toooooo hot and never windy