They were simply wrapped in a napkin.
She told me to put them in water and they would be sure to bloom.
Admittedly, I had my doubts but placed the two bulbs in a glass vase with water.
In a short amount of time, the bulbs sprouted white roots and green shoots shot up very quickly.
One morning I walked into the kitchen and saw the perky white blossoms.
Since then, I've added sparkly red hearts in different sizes on long stems! Dreamy!
The blooms are less fragrant than, say, hyacinths or Stargazer lilies, but it sure is nice to see flowers and sparkling hearts on dark and cold January days!
HAVE YOU GROWN PAPERWHITES IN WINTER?