Muscari Armeniacum Bulbs (Grape Hyacinths) fall planting
Can be easily forced indoors or added to any flower bed or outdoor container
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The easiest plants for gardeners to grow come from bulbs, and fall is the time to plant many of them.For those who pine for some color in their gardens come spring, bulb.
Muscari is a genus of perennial bulbous plants native to Eurasia that produce spikes of dense, most commonly blue, urn-shaped flowers resembling bunches of grapes in the spring. The common name for the genus is grape hyacinth.
Few gardeners realize that muscari, also known as grape hyacinths, are available in a variety of colors and flower styles. This exclusive mix is a harmony of pale blue, sky blue, periwinkle, violet and Prussian blue. The cheery, grape-scented little bells bloom for weeks and will return to flower again every spring.
Deer and Rabbit Resistant
Hyacinth Bulbs-Muscari armeniacum, called grape hyacinth, spring-blooming
Charming, cone-shaped spikes of tiny, mid-blue flowers appear in April and May above the grass-like, mid-green leaves. Grape hyacinths look gorgeous peeping out of a large container, planted with yellow, spring-flowering pansies. Quickly forming small colonies, they're also valuable for naturalizing at the front of a sunny mixed or shrub border.