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These bulbs grow very low to the ground so they look fabulous at the front edge of a garden.
This is the improved version of the common blue grape hyacinth. Deep blue blooms in the late winter, very long lasting flowers. Exceptional when mass planted, and a beaut companion plant for yellow daffodils.
Best if you can plant them into a nice rich soil with plenty of organic matter (Well rotted manure and compost) but they do also cope pretty well in poor soils as long as the drainage is good.
Perfect for naturalising they multiply readily.
Cool to Mediterranean
Full Sun to Semi Shade
Growing Conditions Detailed
Botanical name: Muscari
Planting time: Late Summer to Autumn
Depth & spacing5cm deep & apart. Plant lots of them close together.
Full sun to part shade. Great for growing under trees too.
Start watering when you see it sprouting above the ground. Keep the soil moist right until the foliage has finished and shrivelled down to ground level.
Late Winter onwards.
After flowering care
Just leave them in the ground so they can multiply.
Subtropical to cool.