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  • Blue Grape Hyacinth or Muscari Jumbo Pack - 83102
  • Blue Grape Hyacinth or Muscari Jumbo Pack - 83102
  • Blue Grape Hyacinth or Muscari Jumbo Pack - 83102
  • Blue Grape Hyacinth or Muscari Jumbo Pack - 83102
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Blue Grape Hyacinth or Muscari Jumbo Pack

Muscari armeniacum

#83102
Availability: In Stock
$7.73
Was: $30.95
You Save: $23.22 (75.0%)
100 bulbs per package
Quantity:
4.85 stars, based on 20 review(s)
Ships: Fall
Love the fragrance of hyacinth but looking for something a little more subtle? Try these! The Muscari armeniacum or Grape Hyacinth is a vibrant purple flower, resembling small tightly-packed grape clusters. Blooming in mid-spring, the Grape Hyacinth works great for borders and won't be eaten by four-legged visitors!
  • Try this Jumbo Pack and discover how great these flowers look in mass plantings!
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Maryland

Late spring color

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These were great I ordered and planted last fall and they came up all over this spring and very early summer. So much fun I just ordered another round of them to put in another part of my yard. I love that they die back to the ground so the summer plants can take over.

Austin, TX

All bulbs viable

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These came up quickly and are remarkably heat and drought tolerant

Beautiful

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Planted late October, 100% germination rate by first week of January, full bloom mid-april. Beautiful deep color, majestic dancing with the wind, plus these little guys are welcoming the most needed bees in our gardens. Happy Spring!

Ohio

They’re small but pretty

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They are smaller than I expected, but pretty. Planted last fall, 1st showing Mid April (zone 5)

Austin, TX

All bulbs viable

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I planted these in late Fall and they have all come up. Of course, they won't bloom until Spring but these are healthy bulbs.