Commonly known as grape hyacinths because the flowers almost appear grape like in bloom. The flowers consist of a mass of stunning dark blue colours through to pale blue with white tops slightly which are scented. We recommend planting the flowers in large numbers to really appreciate them, it’s a relatively new variety and becoming a favourite.
as with all Muscari varieties they look best planted with daffodils, tulips and anemones
Noted for being excellent at attracting bees.
Muscari Look superb planted with miniature daffodils narcissus, Miniature Tulips, Anemone blanda mixed & Puschkinia.
RHS perfect for bees,
Ideal for planting in flower beds and borders, patio containers and rockery gardens.
Muscari Peppermint Grape Hyacinth
Any free draining soil in a sunny spot. Great for containers.