Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Get Outside.

Plant Muscari.

Also called Grape Hyacinths, they don't get the snaps they deserve.

This old-fashioned bulb is planted in Fall or Winter. They reward you with years of blooms, and will slowly spread to create a carpet of blue in your early spring garden.

So easy to grow. Plant them in natural looking clumps right in your lawn. By the time you need to mow in the Spring, they will have already died back. You simply mow right over them and move on with your life.

You'll be happy you invested an afternoon in Muscari.


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