1 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
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Small Grape Hyacinth Overview
Bulbous, deciduous perennial that produces bright blue flowers with paler edging. Foliage is narrow and arching. Flowers are bell-shaped and don't typically exceed a centimetre in length. These are produced on a triangular raceme structure. This is a form of unbranched inflorescence where the oldest flowers are formed at the base and new blooms from the tip as the plant grows. Flowers at the top of the raceme are sterile, point upwards and are lighter in colour compared to the lower, fertile flowers, which point downwards. The cultivar 'Album' has pure white flowers.
Common problems with Small Grape Hyacinth
Generally pest & disease free.
How to harvest Small Grape Hyacinth
Generally not harvested but flowers can be taken for floral arrangements.
How to propagate Small Grape Hyacinth
Lift and remove off sets while dormant.
Special features of Small Grape Hyacinth
Can be grown in containers.