Muscari produce spikes of clustered, blue bell-shaped flowers
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Muscari are commonly known as Blue Grape Hyacinths because their little flowers resemble clusters of grapes
Muscari make great companion plants for daffodils and tulips that flower at the same time. They are ideal for borders, planters and rock gardens and are very hardy and will completely establish themselves and naturalise, becoming part of your garden.
Plant them in large groups for maximum results with minimal effort.
How to Plant Blue Grape Hyacinths - Muscari varieties
The majority of miscellaneous bulbs have bulb sizes (except a few), that are not any larger than a penny and sometimes even a lot smaller. Blue Grape Hyacinths are mostly planted in the sizes 6-7 cm or 7-8 cm
They like to be planted in sunny locations at a depth of approx. 4 -6 cm, they can planted scattered to create a wild look. They can be planted in clumps near shrubs to create a patch of colour during early spring around the barren shrubbery. Plant them in the prepared location by means of sowing freely and press them down gently.
Break up the topsoil into finer soil (remove clumps) and replace the soil gradually over the planted bulbs. Always water well after planting. Fertilise in early spring with some organic fertiliser on top when the sprouts become visual.