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Muscaris are a small spring blooming bulb plant. Another name for the muscari are grape hyacinths due to their tight little flower clusters resembling a bundle of grapes. These plants tend to grow slowly and will bloom for about 3-4 weeks.


  • Light: Muscaris does best in full sun but can also tolerate partial shade. Areas that are shady throughout the summer tends to be quite sunny during the spring time before the nearby trees have leafed out making it the ideal spot for these spring bulbs.

    Soil: Although any type of soil works for muscari, well drained soil is recommended.

    Water: These plants like a fair amount of water during the springtime, but have their soil dry out as the season progress.

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