muscari venus armeniacum
A very pretty grape hyacinth, which produces slender white flower spikes in spring. Less vigorous (or invasive) than its more commonly grown cousin (M. armeniacum), it provides an altogether 'finer' profile. It is perfect for pots, alpine beds, woodland floors or filling gaps at the front of sunny borders.
Plant in perennial borders and rose beds for early Spring colour and with other Spring bedding in containers and small gardens.