Add pops of brilliant blue to your garden by planting muscari bulbs. Also known as grape hyacinths, they look like miniature hyacinth flowers and will carpet your garden in a swathe of peppy cobalt. Plant them in drifts through a lawn or pack them into borders and let them spread and naturalise over time. Muscari bulbs were made for pots and containers, too. Layer them up with daffodils and tulips as part of a continually-evolving bulb lasagne or pair them with pansies for a heart-bursting spring display.

    1. Muscari latifolium Bulbs

      Muscari latifolium Bulbs


    2. Muscari 'Night Eyes'

      Muscari 'Night Eyes'


    3. Muscari 'Siberian Tiger'

      Muscari 'Siberian Tiger'


    4. Muscari Mixed Bulbs

      Muscari Mixed Bulbs


    5. Muscari 'Grape Ice'

      Muscari 'Grape Ice'


    6. Muscari azureum

      Muscari azureum


    7. Muscari 'Peppermint'

      Muscari 'Peppermint'


    8. Muscari armeniacum

      Muscari armeniacum


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