Blue Grape Hyacinths are reminiscent of tiny bunches of grapes
Blue grape hyacinths look like miniature hyacinths, their form and colour reminiscent of tiny bunches of grapes. With their wonderful blue colour, blue grape hyacinths grow during early spring to adorn your garden. Plant blue grape hyacinths in large numbers close to one another for the most striking result. Owners of a balcony or terrace can also get started with these flower bulbs because blue grape hyacinths can be planted in pots, boxes and baskets without any problems.
Blue Grape Hyacinth bulbs are very hardy
The Blue Grape Hyacinth is a bulb crop that is particularly hardy often appearing as early as March, but it's in April and early May that they flower in their full glory. The flowers are also called Muscari or grape hyacinth. The name Muscari comes from the blue grape hyacinth's musk scented flowers. The blue grape hyacinth originates from countries around the Mediterranean, but also feel at home in our climate and can be combined well with tulips, snowdrops and crocuses.