How to draw a Hyacinth easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Flower drawing for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Let’s start drawing your hyacinth. Water hyacinth is native to the eastern Mediterranean, the UK, the United States, North America and many Asian countries. As a first step, we will draw a hyacinth flower. Water hyacinth is a member of the Asparagaceae family. We will start drawing the petals. The flowers are present on a single spike. So we need to draw a bell-shaped flower on a short stalk. Now we will draw the star flower in it. Flowers usually have four to five petals. Each hyacinth flower has narrow petals.
The fragrant foliage of hyacinth flowers is edible. Only grape hyacinth, a tuber of the lily family, produces purple flowers that are edible. Bulbs are toxic and may cause skin irritation. In the second step, we will add more details to the hyacinth branch, as shown in the reference image.
Water hyacinth is a wildflower as well as an ornamental. It is grown indoors for its sweet or pungent aroma. You can find it in red, white, cream, pink, pink, blue-violet, violet-blue, lavender, or cobalt blue. In the 3rd step, we will draw the stem and leaves of the flower. The stem of the flower is an important structure. It provides all the minerals needed for the flower to maintain its beauty. The leaves of the flowers are long, sword-like, and curly.
The hyacinth has long, sword-like curly leaves. In this step, we will add more details, as shown in the reference image. The flower looks barren without leaves. So draw the broad leaves of the hyacinth on the flower stem.
It’s time to color our hyacinth drawing. Give the drawing a natural look by painting red, white, cream, pink, pink, blue-violet, bluish-violet, lavender or cobalt blue for the flowers and green for the leaves. Choose your colors to make your drawing beautiful. I hope that children will find this drawing engaging and engaging.
I hope you can now draw or sketch the hyacinth flower. It will be a great, quality, time-consuming activity for you. You have learned a lot about hyacinth flowers in a simple and interesting way. We will continue to make attractive, easy drawings for you as long as you continue to draw our pages. Please share your valuable feedback on what you think of these beautiful water hyacinth drawings.