Muscari Armeniacum are hardy, easy to grow. They have long-lasting blooms of intense violet blue carrying white tips, which cluster tightly to form heads similar to hyacinths.
No garden should be without them, and they are particularly spectacular when allowed to naturalize, whether under trees, along a pathway, tucked into ground covers, or in a bed. For the most impressive results plant in drifts and create a sea of colour. Alternatively plant in containers with Spring bedding and even as a pot plant for the home.
|Muscari Bulbs - Armeniacum Guidelines |
|Colour: ||Blue |
|Usual Height: ||15cm |
|Usually Flowers: ||March / April |
|Planting Depth: ||8cm |
|Spacing: ||8cm |
|Bulb Size: ||7/8 cm |
|Approx Count: ||Sold by Count |