Armeniacum Muscari Clusters of Dainty Blue Bells
- Beautiful Petite Florets
- True Blue Blooms with White Edges
- Easy to Grow
- Great in Containers
Armeniacum Muscari is a must-have for a spring garden. This lovely spring flowering bulb produces bright blue bells clustered atop a strong spike. While it may look like it comes from the land where fairies exist, it is available for real gardens, too.
The beauty of Armeniacum Muscari lies in the details of its petite flowers that make up a showy cluster of graphic and brilliant blue. Each of its dainty flowers is a model for bell-shaped blooms--they're adorably round and each opens to a ruffled white rim. They're not just cute--they smell delightful, too.
These mid-through-late spring bloomers are some of the more precious and wholesomely stunning you can choose. These muscaris look made for a fairy woodland. You can only imagine what a striking show it is when your multitude of plants, each producing up to three spikes, with dozens of flowers in-bloom at one time as the fireflies return to your yard to dance among them.
Create a breathtaking scene by planting yours in drifts on the woodland edge. They also look custom-made for cottage gardens or as mass planting through your yard. There's no better way to add a blast of blue to a garden bed than a groupings of dozens of these plentiful pretties. These sweet spikes of flowers look lovely in arrangements or in containers. Their ability to thrive in full sun to partial shade makes them ideal for a wide range of uses.
As perennial bulbs, these plants keep their reservation year upon year, returning in time to celebrate spring with bunches of blue bells. Unlike some other varieties of grape hyacinth, these are more tame and do not spread as voraciously.
If you've yet to plant muscaris in your garden, you're missing out. These will quickly become a favorite for their quaint yet complex beauty. Don't delay, these won't last long. Order yours now.
We will ship your bulbs based on the correct planting time for your area.
|6 - 8 inches
|Growing Zone Range
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