Muscari neglectum is also known as Common Grape Hyacinth, Grape Flower, Grape Hyacinth, Starch Hyacinth, or Muscari leucostomum, Muscari pulchellum, Muscari bucharicum, Muscari racemosum. It is from the Asparagaceae family of plants. It is a bulbous perennial. It is native to Europe and Asia. It was described by Michele Tenore in 1842.
Muscari neglectum grows to about 30cm or 12in tall. It has narrow green leaves. It flowers in the spring. The flowers are egg or urn-shaped and appear as racemes or spikes. The flowers create a gradient color from lighter blue at the top to a rather dark blue at the bottom. After flowering, it produces capsules with a couple of seeds inside.
Place Muscari neglectum in the sun or partial shade. Plant it at a depth of 10cm or 4 in. It does well in moderately fertile and well-drained soil. Propagate by seed sown in autumn or by division in the summer. Cut down faded leaves. Muscari neglectum is generally pest-free.
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