Before you know it - Muscari, or commonly known as Grape Hyacinth will be popping up.
Plant grape hyacinth bulbs in the fall for a beautiful spring bloom. The blooms only rise to about 7" and the leaves are like thick grass blades, so one or two bulbs won't amount to much.
BUT, if you plant in tight multiple clusters they can make a real statement in your garden.
Don't forget the pots. Plant in fall, keep pot on the south side of the house or in your garden
shed. Then bring out to the garden after last frost.
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