50 Grape Hyacinth | Muscari latifolium | Top Size Bulbs

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50 Grape Hyacinth | Muscari latifolium | Top Size Bulbs
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50 Grape Hyacinth | Muscari latifolium | Top Size Bulbs

A garden classic, perfect for adding some colourful charm to your springtime garden

A classic garden bulb, Muscari latifolium forms clusters of small, rounded blooms, which many compare to the appearance of a bunch of grapes! In a resplendent shade of blue, these blooms will add a colourful flourish the springtime landscape, and will happily spread through a border. To enjoy a generous display come spring, make sure that the soil isn't waterlogged, and avoid planting in a site with too little sunlight.

Variety Information

Bulbs Included 50 x Muscari latifolium (Grape Hyacinth)
Planting Period September to December
Flowering Period Spring
Sun Requirements Full sun or part shade
Planting Depth and Distance 10cm (4"), 5cm (2")


Lovingly Grown BulbsOur trusted nursery have specialised in growing and packaging bulbs for many years. With sustainability and biodiversity their utmost priority, you can feel confident that you will receive high quality bulbs.
Clusters of Small Flowers
A Resplendent Blue Colour
Wonderful for Naturalising
Top Size Muscari Bulbs

Planting Tip

Add organic fertiliser when planting for larger blooms come spring...
Optional Extras
  • 90cm Polystone Grey Lismore Low Planter
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  • 26cm Garden Scissors by Kent & Stowe
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  • Ceramic Rectangular Planter - 39cm (1ft 2in)
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  • Pro-Grow Peat-free Multi-purpose Compost 50L
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  • Anti-Mole Bulb Planter
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  • Hori Hori Garden Trowel by Barnel
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About your Bulbs

A family ran business, our trusted bulb grower have specialised in growing and packaging bulbs for many decades. With over 40 members of staff caring for these bulbs each day, you can feel confident that your garden will soon be filled with beautiful, flourishing blooms!

Sustainability and biodiversity remains at the core of what they do. Because of this, chemicals are reduced to a minimum, and packaging and transportation operations are streamlined to leave a much smaller environmental footprint. So, by planting these bulbs, you won't only be help your garden, but the world around you too.

Growing Advice

It is best to make sure that you plant at the distance and depth recommended. If too deep, the bulb may rot and the shoots emerge late. If too shallow, the bulb may emerge unevenly and have spindly growth.

Once shoots emerge, water thoroughly and regularly to encourage their growth. Fertiliser isn't essential, but it will help blooms to look their best. Simply apply a slow release fertiliser upon planting, or alternatively apply liquid fertiliser once the growing season begins.

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