Muscari armeniacum Siberian Tiger

Grape Hyacinth Siberian Tiger

An elegant, long-flowering grape hyacinth, Muscari armeniacum Siberian Tiger has scented white flowers emerging from green buds in March and April. The green, strap-like leaves are less robust and untidy than those of the common grape hyacinth. Grape hyacinth Siberian Tiger naturalises well, and would look beautiful planted alone or with other small bulbs in short grass, and can also be planted in very gritty soil-based compost in pots. Lasts well as a cut flower. A hardy, vigorous little bulb, it will spread readily where happy.

Site: Tolerates exposure
Soil: Any moderately fertile, light, well-drained soil
Position: Full sun or partial shade
Planting period: September to December
Flowering period: Early to mid-spring
Planting: Depth: 4” (10cm) Spacing: 3-4” (7.5-10cm)
Height: 6-8” (15-20cm)

Type | Size: Bulbs | Pack of 15
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