Muscari Siberian Tiger
£4.00 – £15.50
Muscari Siberian Tiger. Hardy. Perennial. These little beauties, better know as grape hyacinths, thrive best in full sun or partial shade along with well-drained soil. Muscari are perfect in front borders, rockeries, pots and containers. They are spectacular when allowed to naturalize under trees or along walkways. A real show of colour during spring especially when planted close to dwarf narcissus.
Bulb Size 7/8
100 bulbs, 25 bulbs, 50 bulbs
Plant: September-November. 10 cm deep. Spacing 5-10 cm. Flowers March-April. Height 10-15 cm.
Hardy. Perennial. Will thrive in any well drained soil. Ideal for naturalising in woodland or grassy areas, front borders. Can also be grown in pots and look good with miniature narcissi. When growing in pots feed with a slow release fertilizer.
Propagate: Lift overcrowded clumps when foliage has died back and replant at the same time.