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Saturday, April 9, 2011

Muscari (Grape Hyacinths)

Last week, I told you about buying a little pot of Blue Crocus for cheap at the grocery store florist.  I also bought a little pot of Muscari.  When I purchased them, the buds were tiny little clusters at the very bottom of the foliage.  They sprang up fast, though, and here they are today!  I love to watch their transformation.

Muscari and the well-known Hyacinths are both part of the Lily Family, and have a spicy fragrance.




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6 comments:

  1. I never knew the name, thanks.

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  2. Oh My.. I never knew the name of that one, but i love it! beautiful capture!

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  3. They are such a pretty flower. I love the bell shape of each flower.

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  4. These are some of my favorite flowers-I LOVE their smell, 1 cut flower makes the whole house smell wonderful!! Very nice shots.

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  5. Yes, I love the transforming of the Grapes Hyacint to! Beautiful shots!
    Much love Anna

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