About a month ago we got some bulbs and have been carefully taking care of them. They grew so nicely. First they got little green shoots which then grew and grew. Then the shoots got really big and we saw some tiny buds begin to show. They grew and grew and then they began opening a few at a time. Finally, they all bloomed and we were thrilled to see beautiful Hyacinths in full bloom with the most heavenly smell that permeated the entire apt. Well, a couple of days ago one of the flowers bent over. We propped it up, but by morning of the next day the second one bent over and tonight the last one has also bent over. We are not sure why this is happening. We do know that the plant will turn to face the light, but we have been carefully rotating the little pot. If you look closely at the picture to the left, you will see a lot of new buds coming up. Each bulb has a set of new buds. Are the old flowers moving out of the way for their little babies to come up? Who has the answer?