4 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Turkish Delight

  1. My sister-in-law (also, next door neighbor) has some of these in her garden, planted by the former owner. I don’t know if they’re the same cultivar, but they’re lovely plants. The foliage stands up to our hot summers pretty, well, but I think it tends to disappear in August–it’s just too much for too long. 🙂

    • Muscari are really tough little bulbs and resilient to both cold and windy and hot and dry conditions. Most people in the UK grow Muscari armeniacum (Grape Hyacinth) or one of its cultivars, equally “good do-ers” but with a reputation for spreading. It’s still a little early for Muscari in my garden, but the bulbs under-cover are flowering nicely.

  2. Lorraine

    Love these… here in Australia they are a great spring bulb. Look beautiful with yellow daffodils!
    Gorgeous photo.

    • Greetings from a sunny and snowy garden in the Outer isles. Lovely to think that Muscari are good companions in a Spring garden in the Southern Hemisphere.

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