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Grape Hyacinth
Grape Hyacinth
(also called Muscari)

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Grape hyacinth gets its name from the shape of its flower and perhaps from its mild, sweet scent. Its cone-shape resembles a miniature bunch of grapes perched upside down on a slender green stem. Sometimes called muscari, grape hyacinth is available in greenish white but is most often seen in a pretty purplish blue. This springtime bulb flower can be expensive, so it is best used as an accent or massed in small bunches.

Season
November-May

Colors
white-green, blue-purple

Scent
sweet, like grapes or candy

Meaning
usefulness

Cost
$$-$$$

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