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Published on Apr 6, 2012
Lovely little blue flowering spring bulbs, the Grape Hyacinth or to give it its botanical name Muscari. The small bulbs become available in late summer autumn and that is the time to plant them. Plant at a depth of 3ins (7cm) with about the same distance between the bulbs. They like a sunny position in an ordinary well drained soil. They will increase themselves, either by seed or bulbils (little bulblets) so when they become congested lift and divide the clumps once the leaves have gone yellow. Enjoy these with some late flowering dwarf narcissus of tulips. Generally flowering in April and May but with this early spring they are well in flower at the beginning of April.