Description from Terrain
Paperwhites do best with bright, direct light and produce pure white fragrant flowers from bulbs between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Paperwhites are traditionally planted and kept indoors for the fall to winter season. These bulbs do well with bright, direct light. These classic white wintertime flowers liven up spaces indoors, and can be grown in water and pebbles without soil, or in a regular potting mix. Paperwhites send up green shoots that form into leaves, then produce papery clusters of clear, fragrant white flowers from the center of the plants. These bulbs make attractive centerpieces for the holiday dinner table, entryway or even a bright kitchen window.