- Dual Coloured “Grape Hyacinth”
- Perfect spring flower
- Voted as the International Flower Bulb Centre’s official bulb of the year 2005
- Easy to care for and naturalises well
- Supplied as top quality dutch bulbs
Also know as the ‘Oxford & Cambridge Grape Hyacinth’due to its dual coloured flower spikes. Whilst standard muscari sport a uniform purple flower spike; ‘latifolium produces deep purple and blue balls on each spike which give more depth to group plantings.
Perfect for a woodland garden, the front of the border or containers. Beautiful spring flowers featuring conical grape-like clusters of purple and blue flower spikes. The flowers are long lasting too – adding colour to spring borders often for a whole month.
Spreads and naturalises prolifically
Supplied as top quality dutch bulbs ready for planting
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Plant 6cm deep during autumn. Plant in small clumps for maximum impact. Muscari thrive in sunny and shaded positions and are generally un-fussy. They will naturalise and spread easily. For best results, remove spent flowerheads to prevent seeding and propagate by division of clumps in summer when bulbs are dormant.
Flower in March/April; fully hardy. Will spread and multiply in favoured locations. Height/spread:15x10cm