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Grape Hyacinth in Isle of Wight

Grape Hyacinth in Isle of Wight

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  1. If it is cultivated, it is probably Grape Hyacinth (Muscari armeniacum), although Muscari botryoides is similar.
    http://www.theplantexpert.com/springbulbs/Muscari.html
    http://hvp.osu.edu/pocketgardener/source/description/muscari.html
    http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/index.php/Muscari
    Posted 8 years ago, modified 8 years ago
    1. Thank you for your information !! ill post some more photos ! Posted 8 years ago
  2. A beautiful plant! Posted 8 years ago
    1. Thank you travismorhardt ! Posted 8 years ago

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''Muscari armeniacum'' is a bulbous plant of the genus ''Muscari'' with basal, simple leaves and short, flowering stems. It is one of a number of species and genera known as Grape Hyacinth, in this case Armenian Grape Hyacinth. The flowers are purple, blue , or white and the plants are usually 15 centimetres tall. ''M. armeniacum'' blooms in mid-Spring for 3-4 weeks. Some selections are fragrant. Established bulbs leaf in the autumn.
''M. armeniacum'' is widespread in the woods and meadows.. more

Similar species: Agaves, Aloes, Onions
Species identified by WildFlower
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Uploaded Jan 6, 2014. Captured Apr 9, 2010 11:34 in 35 Priory Road, Newport, Isle of Wight PO30, UK.
  • NIKON D5000
  • f/5.3
  • 10/4000s
  • ISO200
  • 40mm