Grape Hyacinth Lemonade -- Grape hyacinth aka “muscari” is a hotly debated weed in the gardening forums (if you cant believe that!). Some garden enthusiasts love it’s cheery color, it’s easy reproduction and how, as a weed, it usually dies off before it can choke out more desirable plants. Others hate how easily it takes...
This colorful garden perfectly embodies the start of the new season. Tulip, hyacinth, and narcissus bulbs are nestled together in a fun and colorful, custom designed tin watering can. It will bloom brightly before your loved one’s eyes.
If you love flowers, Holland’s Keukenhof gardens should definitely be on your bucket list. When you’re there, you will see a LOT of muscari. That’s because these grape-scented flowers, commonly known as grape hyacinths, are the perfect companion for every spring-blooming bulb. Here are 6 reasons you should be planting them this fall: Color. It’s easy to use
This beauty offers spring’s sweetest fragrance. More best spring-blooming bulbs: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/bulbs/editors-picks-best-spring-blooming-bulbs/?socsrc=bhgpin081813peterstuyvesant=26
This beauty offers rose-pink flowers with delicately fringed edges. It's especially elegant paired with blue grape hyacinths for a fantastic color combination! http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/bulbs/best-tulips-for-your-garden/?socsrc=bhgpin041615fancyfrills&page=23