The sweetly scented Muscari Armeniacum Blue resembles little bunches of blue grapes, thus giving way to its common name: Grape Hyacinth. Its fragrance can best be described as: sweet honey and musky. Like a morning stroll in a field of budding blooms.
Muscari provide a wealth of blooms and are very easy to grow. Short spikes of blooms appear very early in the spring and their grass like leaves will appear in the fall. Try planting them in rock gardens, along borders, under trees or naturalized in short grass. For shorter flower bouquet arrangements, try adding a few Muscari: not only are they delightfully sweet smelling but they provide a nice accent to your traditional spring bouquet.