What is Muscari
Muscari, scientific name:Muscari spp. is a hardy bulbous plant of Muscari genus , Asparagaceae department native to the Mediterranean. Florets of purple bell-shaped spring stem tip resembling the fruit of the vine, or white students numerous Tufts. Because the flower is similar to hyacinth (Hyacinth), grapes (grapes), also known as grape hyacinth (Grape hyacinth) also known as. Muscari blooms of purple, alias llimuscari (Muscari blue). Low height gloss g very much not so suitable for cut flowers. Relatively inconspicuous flowers are petite, cute, gregarious, blooming and unique atmosphere. Breeding is in the bulbs. Muscari armeniacum is the classic varieties the cobalt color. M. latifolium is pale blue-violet is the inflorescence at the top and at the bottom is one of the two colors-dark purple blooming Muscari species. M. azureum is light blue flowers bloom. Azuleumalba is azureum white flower varieties. M. neglectum is a pale blue with flowers at the top and bottom into white tongue in deep purple variety.
Generic name: Muscari , scientific name: Muscari spp., aka: grape hyacinth, origin: Mediterranean, height: 15-30 cm, flowering period: March-April, flower color: violet and white.