The Muscari plant actually look much like little miniature hyacinths. Muscari plants are smaller and they are about six to eight inches high. Each Muscari plants flower looks like it has a little beads all strung together up and down the stem of the plant.  Muscari bulbs can be purchase online

Where to Plant Muscari Bulbs

 Muscari start from small fleshy little bulbs. Don’t forget that the small bulbs can dry out easier than the bigger ones, make sure you plant them early in the fall so they can get enough moisture. Muscari plants grow in sun or light shade, they are not too picky. Muscari plant don’t like extremes, you must not plant them where it’s too wet or too dry. Be very careful where you plant Muscari bulbs because the plant spread very quickly. Muscari plant can be quite invasive. You can easily plant them where you truly don’t mind them spreading freely, like under some shrubs. CLICK HERE TO BUY MUSCARI BULBS

 

How to Plant Muscari Bulbs

The following are the steps on how to grow Muscari bulbs:

1.    You need to loosen the soil and also remove any weeds, competing roots, and stones from the area you want to plant the Muscari bulbs.

2.    You have to plant the Muscari bulbs in groups of 10 or more, and make sure you set the bulbs twice as deep as they are tall, and at least a couple of inches (5 cm.) apart.

The plant leaves will show up quickly, just ignore them. Muscari plants send their leaves up out of the ground in the fall. This is actually strange because it is just before winter comes and you would think they would not survive. Muscari plants are very reliable every fall after the first year they grow.

 If you are actually wondering, “Do I prune Muscari plants?” the answer is that you don’t really have to prune them. The Muscari plant will be very fine if you do not. If you do want to neaten the Muscari plant up a little, a trim will not hurt the Muscari plant either. To purchase Muscari bulbs online click here




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