Grape Hyacinth (2)
The elegant Grape hyacinth (Muscari) is marked by tightly packed urn-shaped flowers that occur in varied sizes and a number of endearing colors. The flowers bloom in spring, clustered around the rigid stalks much like grapes. Fall is the best time of the year for planting grape hyacinths. The plants are highly adaptable, hardy and do not require rich soil to flourish. A sunny or partly shaded site with well-drained soil is ideal for growing grape hyacinths. Grape hyacinths are excellent for naturalizing, lining the walkways and are wonderful companions to taller spring bulbs like tulips and daffodils. They're also great for bouquets and cut flower arrangements. Choose from varying shades of blue – from sensual pale blue to dreamy turquoise, even a striking blue-black color. That's not all; we also carry rare pink and white grape hyacinths that will stand out in every garden setting!