Marvellous muscari grape hyacinth collection - 160+80 Free bulbs

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Buy Marvellous muscari grape hyacinth collection - 160+80 Free bulbs grape hyacinth collection: Buy 2 collections and get another collection FREE

Buy the collection of 80 bulbs for £14.99, or buy 2 collections for £29.98 and get another collection FREE.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: moderately fertile, well-drained soil (for container-grown bulbs use two parts John Innes No.2 compost to one part sharp grit)
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: April to May
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    In each collection you will receive the following:

    15 × Muscari aucheri 'White Magic'
    From amongst the basal rosette of rich green foliage, pretty green-budded flowerspikes emerge in mid-spring, opening from the base to scented small white flowers. Less vigorous than M. armeniacum, it makes a lovely addition to the alpine garden or rockery, and looks great in a pot filled with mixed seasonal colour. Grows to 15cm.

    15 × Muscari armeniacum 'Peppermint'
    Small ice blue flowers, each with a fine white lip, form in conical spikes that rise above the slender foliage in mid-spring. It looks wonderful when allowed to form generous swathes, particularly in a woodland or meadow-style setting, and it also looks very sweet in patio pots, windowboxes and alpine beds. Grows to 20cm.

    50 × Muscari armeniacum
    Charming, cone-shaped spikes of tiny, mid-blue flowers appear in April and May above the grass-like, mid-green leaves. Grape hyacinths look gorgeous peeping out of a large container, planted with yellow spring-flowering pansies. Quickly forming small colonies, they're also valuable for naturalising at the front of a sunny mixed or shrub border. Grows to 15cm.

  • Garden care: Plant 10cm (4in) deep in naturalistic groups in autumn. During summer when the bulbs are dormant lift and divide groups that are becoming congested.

  • CAUTION do not eat ornamental bulbs

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