Muscari blooms bright, attractive flowers produce a light, pleasant scent. Blooming time produce the beautiful screening in the garden.
They should not be confused with hyacinths. They usually have one or more narrow leaves which arise from a bulb. The flowers appear in the spring and form a spike or raceme, being held in a close or loose spiral around a central stalk.
They usually have one or more narrow leaves which arise from a bulb. The flowers often become less tightly spaced as the flower matures. Individual flowers are composed of six fused tepals forming a spherical to obovoid shape.
||Grape hyacinth, Muscari
||Up to 10 inches
||Easy to grow
Planting and care
- Water a plant when the soil feels dry to touch
- Water thoroughly in the summer and reduce watering for the winter & rainy season
- Try to water the plants in the morning around 8-10am
- You should remove dead, infected or damaged plant parts and throw in the garbage collector
- You should fertilize a plant mostly in the spring season, flower bud stage
- Mulch the potting mix with organic material
- Planting season of the bulb is in a rainy and autumn season
- Before sowing, you can keep the bulb in the refrigerator in a ventilated mesh bag for 8 to 10 weeks
- The highest chilling temperature is around 4 C
- Space the bulbs approximately three inches apart
- Plant them up to three inches deep
- Use the potting mix for bulb plantation as:Garden soil + Compost + Perlite + Sand (2:2:1:1)Soil + Cocopeat + vermicompost (2:1:2)
||Full to partial sunlight
||Well-drained sandy soil
||20 to 30 degrees C
||Use any organic fertilizer.
Muscari special feature
- Muscari is used as ornamental garden plants
- It is suited for decorating the edges of gardens, containers, and paths