Grape Hyacinth Muscari neglectum
Common names include, grape flower or starch grape hyacinth.
Looking very much like a miniature hyacinth, this mid-spring blooming perennial is easy-to-grow with a delightful cone of tiny scented blue flowers. They will thrive in full sun or in partial shade and naturalise easily.
Ideal for meadows, containers, and the front of garden flower beds and borders, they are perfect companions for wild daffodils and wild tulips.
Plant your grape hyacinths 10cm deep in moist well-drained soil.
Our highest-quality wildflower and meadow bulbs are grown in the UK from British plants.
|Latin name||Muscari Neglectum|
|Setting||Most soil types|