Grape Hyacinth #1028366



Grape hyacinth
Muscari spp.

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Take it to your greenhouse.
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Grape hyacinths are famous bulbous plants which bloom in spring. They look the best when they planted in larger groups. The black, round seeds of the grape hyacinths are only 2 mm long. They are mainly distributed by rain, this is called ombrochorie.

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