Grape hyacinth

Provide spring color with these miniature bulbs
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Grape hyacinth
Grape hyacinth
Nancy Norris
Late summer/early autumn is the time to pick up some bulbs to plant for spring blooming. Originating from the Mediterranean region, grape hyacinths bear clusters of grape-like tubular flowers, mostly in blues, but also white, pink, and yellow. Plants stay at a manageable height for large-scale railways but spread too readily to be planted near buildings or track.

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