Muscari armeniacums immensely pretty, purple-blue, bell-shaped flowers looking almost like upside-down bunches of grapes. Resembling a miniature hyacinth, the blooms look stunning against its long, narrow, deep-green leaves when in bloom from April and May. Plant them with bright yellow daffodils for a wonderful contrast.
Free-flowering, vigorous and very easy to grow, Grape Hyacinths will rapidly naturalise and spread by seed, creating a sea of colour in the spring. They are the perfect bulb for inexperienced gardeners, or those short of time who can be guaranteed a fabulous show, whatever their level of experience.
Fully deserving its coveted RHS Award of Garden Merit, you can be sure that this is a proven garden performer, guaranteed to be suitable for UK gardeners at every level of experience. You can therefore plant this in the garden with confidence, for stunning displays for many years to come.
Best in groups in borders or pots, plant them with brightly coloured spring bulbs for a wonderful contrast.
Supplied as a pack of 50 bulbs, size 7/8 ready to plant in autumn. Growing to a height of 50cm and width of 10cm.
Supplied as a pack of 50 bulbs, size 7/8 ready to plant in autumn.
Harmful if eaten/skin irritant
Supplied as a pack of 100 bulbs size 7/8, ready to plant out in autumn.Harmful if eaten/skin irritant
Planting Advice for Muscari album:
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