Tiny Blue Grape Hyacinth
Bulb. Z3. 5-8” tall. Blooms mid –late spring. Compost-improved soil.
An early blooming variety of grape hyacinth. With piercing blue flowers, this tiny gem brightens up the late winter garden. Naturalizes easily. Fragrant. This variety is highly recommended by Panayoti Keloidis of the Denver Botanical Garden for its early and very blue beauty. Deer and rabbit resistant. Very attractive to butterflies. Grows well in containers. Interplant with snowdrops and early crocuses.