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Dark Eyes Muscari Bulbs
Hundreds of bright blue bells look spectacular! This flower has beautiful bright blue bells that look like tiny eyes.
Pre-order. Begins shipping early September.
Hundreds of bright blue bells look spectacular!A relative of the popular grape hyacinth, this flower has beautiful bright blue bells that look like tiny eyes.
Height: 6-8" inches
Description: Excellent for bordering around the yard
Bloom Time: Mid-spring
Color: Royal blue
Foliage Color: Green
Muscari, also known as Grape Hyacinth, is a short plant with grass-like leaves. They flower very early in the spring and are done blooming when the grass starts to grow. Muscari is a great flower to naturalize in a yard.
Partial sun is best but will be fine in full sun. Soil should be well drained. Adding compost right before planting will help with drainage.
Depth and Spacing:
Plant bulbs 2-3" deep. Space 3-4" apart.
Plant in fall. After planting, water well to settle the soil around the bulbs. Roots will form in the fall. A few sprouts may also develop in autumn if you live in a warm region. More substantial top growth and flower stems will form in the spring.
Water in fall to help good root growth before ground freezes. Do not water in excess during summer when bulb is dormant.
Use low nitrogen fertilizer in fall and spring. After blooming leave foliage and water weekly. This will help with root growth. When leaves turn yellow and die back foliage may be removed. Placing mulch over plant during winter will help keep plant dormant and protected.
|When We Ship:|
Flower bulbs ship September thru November. Pre-orders will begin June 1st. Any orders made June thru August will ship when appropriate the coming fall. Any orders made after your areas appropriate shipping time but before end of November will be shipped out immediately! Flower bulbs will be out of stock from December thru May.
How We Ship:
Flower bulbs ship in mesh bags to allow for air circulation. Most bulbs ship via USPS or UPS. Fall bulbs arrive ready to plant. Upon receiving your bulbs the box should be opened immediately to allow for air circulation. Bulbs can be placed in a dry, dark location for a couple weeks but should be planted as soon as possible.