HOW TO PLANT MUSCARI BULBS
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Muscari, commonly known as Grape Hyacinths, are popular bulbs to grow in spring gardens. Learn how to plant muscari bulbs, and add these colorful flowers to your early spring landscape.
These spring blooming plants are recognized by their dense clusters of tiny bell-shaped flowers, which grow at the top of the flower stem, forming a spiked bloom.
Muscari flower buds resemble small clusters of tiny grapes, hence the common name of “
The bulbs are a small
size, and notably much smaller than many other commonly fall planted bulbs such as hyacinths and daffodils.
Plant Muscari In Fall
Lets have a look at some muscari planting tips.
Plant muscari bulbs in mid
autumn before the ground freezes. This allows time for roots to establish before the winter frost sets in.
Plant muscari bulbs 3 to 4 inches deep, and 2 to 3 inches apart.
Plant with the pointy end up in a sunny location, into well-drained soil for best bulb health and growth.
The plants are perennial, and will grow and multiply, returning to the garden year after year.
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