Muscari latifolium (Grape Hyacinths) - I - Stock Image

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Muscari latifolium has flowers varying from deep indigo at the base to pale violet at the tip. Bi-Color Blue Grape Hyacinths. Ideal for borders and planting with daffodils. Unusual flower spikes of blue-purple with delicate soft blue tops.

Grape hyacinths are a group of plants in the genus Muscari of plants native to Eurasia that produce spikes of blue flowers resembling bunches of grapes. There are about forty species. Some species are among the earliest to bloom in the spring, and are planted both in flower beds as well as in lawns. They are planted as bulbs and tend to multiply quickly when planted in good soils. The Muscari have originated in the old world: the Center and South of Europe, Northern Africa, the West, Center and South-West of Asia. The term muscari (Latin scientist of the Rebirth of muscarium) is a musk derivative, evoking the musky perfume of certain species. Muscari are toxic.

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