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Noordinary Muscari, this eye-catching Grape Hyacinth has unusual bicolorflower spikes--lighter blue on the upper part, violet on t...he lower. It also has unusual foliage. Each bulb grows a single broad leaf. They grow 6-8 inches high, flower in late spring, and naturalizes readily to pop up each spring in greater numbers. Order plenty and enjoy a carpet of blue flowers next spring. read more

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A relative of the popular grape hyacinth, this flower bears hundreds of tiny, bright blue bells. Uniquely edged with bright white ...to look like hundreds of tiny little eyes. read more

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The namesake Valerie Finnis is after Lady Scott, wife of Sir david Scott. The unusual Muscari appeared inexplicably in her English... garden. Though Lady Scott was world-famed for discovering sports and variants worthy of commercial cultivation, with her name today attached to several species, this one she could not recall ever having obtained. As her equally garden-loving husband had recently died, it was never known if he had planted something unusual, or is so where he may have gotten them. read more

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Blue Spike is a premium grape hyacinth and the most widely grown of any. It grows 8 inches tall and tops stout stems with very ful...l, rounded, semi-double, delft blue flowers. Bloom is early to mid spring, which makes Blue Spike perfect for combining with yellow daffodils. They are great planted in large natural drifts, in small groups on a lawn, tucked into rock gardens, or at the front of a mixed bulb border or bed. Great color and each year there?s more of them. Order plenty. read more

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Fantasy creation is a beautiful and quite unusual grape hyacinth. It has large flowerheads that are a bit loose and more rounded t...han pointed. Its most unusual feature are florets that are small and tightly packed, similar to a small broccoli head. Their color is a wonderfully bright medium blue with white edges. They bloom in mid-spring on 8-inch stalks, and are long-lasting in both garden and vase. Excellent for pots, planters, and indoor forcing. read more

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Muscari Paradoxum has been a spring-garden mainstay since the late 1800s. Dense flower heads, vibrant deep blue color, sturdy 7- t...o 8-inch stalks are the qualities that have made it a favorite. The bulbs naturalize effortlessly. Bloom time is April/May when many tulips, daffs, and hyacinths are in bloom which makes Paradoxum well-suited for mixed bulb beds. It is easy to grow in planters for portable spring color to take indoors. read more

BloomingBulb

Clusters of blue and white flowers form atop stems 6 to 8 inches tall in early spring. Your original bulbs will quickly multiply f...or even more color year after year. A nice ?filler? between other bulbs. read more

BloomingBulb

The flowerheads are composed of large, closely packed florets, and have an elongated vertical form. Very neat and about as formal ...as a grape hyacinth can be. They perennialize easy so the show gets better each spring. read more

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Here?s a new color twist on a spring garden favorite: Grape Hyacinths in pink! Muscari ?Pink Sunrise? produces 8? stems topped by ...fragrant clusters of pale, blush-pink flowers. Bright green, grass-like foliage provides the perfect backdrop for the dainty flowers. This variety is great for edging a border, or naturalizing in a lawn for a surprising display in early spring. Best of all, it increases in both numbers and beauty year after year. read more

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Bunches of rich blue flowers, grape hyacinth make excellent cut flower additions and are great bulbs for naturalizing and adding l...arge splashes of blue/purple color. read more

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