Rinsing Hyacinth's roots good or bad?

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I use any water from pond on my plants .Even when I rinse quilt batting out it goes on my plants and old quilt batting that is falling apart gets put on the fence to dry so the birdies or bunnies or what ever can have it for nest building .They love it
 
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I harvest my hyacinths to the compost pile, or to the chickens, when their roots have filtered out a lot of scum. I also find that they die back when in full hot sun in July here in Florida. The ones that are shaded by overhanging limbs and vines do quite well, but full sun seems to kill them back. The tips turn yellow and brown. So I cured my algae problem with hyacinth shade, now I have to cure the hyacinth die off with shading them with coral vine.
 

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