- Scientific Name:
- Common Name:
- Grape Hyacinths
- Plant Type:
- Sun to Part Shade
- Hardiness Zones:
- 4 through 9 Find Your Zone
- Suitable Zones:
- 4 through 9
- When to Plant:
- Bloom Time:
- Mid Spring
- Planting Depth:
- Plant 4" deep
- Space 3" apart
- Grows 6" tall
- 25 bulbs
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They all bloomed and looked great. A number of them have seeds underway. It is just what I wanted.
Healthy reliable and colorful, especially with daffodils. Every plant came back this year. They have finished blooming in my zone, so I can't share a photo. But this was a worthwhile addition to my garden.
They came up beautifully! Bright purple, and a good 4-6 inches high.
Grew well. Looks great!
They were so pretty on our rustic hillside but I thought the color would be a deeper blue rather than pale blue... but we really enjoyed them!
I loved them. They grew well, nice color and smell, not sure how long they lasted but I don't think it was as long as I expected. They were worth the buy. Hope they come up again next year!
These Muscari Armeniacum were a great addition to my spring garden. I planted them right in front of my rows of tulips. They were about 6" tall and a great contrast of color against the Tulip Darwin Hybrid Sunset Mix.
Good quality bulbs. All sprouted and the flowers were beautiful.
We used these delightful little spring flowers at my youngest son's wedding reception. These dainty blooms lasted for several days and looked so pretty in the cobalt blue vases.