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Grape Hyacinth (Muscari Armeniacum)

Quick facts and care essentials

• True bulb
• Zones 2-24, 29-43
• Full sun or light shade
• Regular watering during growth and bloom

Grape hyacinth's narrow, grassy leaves emerge in fall and live through winter's cold and snow. Small, urn-shaped blue flowers, carried in 8-inch spikes, bloom in spring. Plant bulbs in fall, setting them 2 inches deep and 3 inches apart.