Planting and caring for muscari is very simple.

Muscari - a plant that belongs to hyacinths, it is also called mouse hyacinth or rhot onions... Botanists know about fifty species of this plant.

Muscari looks very attractive - the plant itself is low, has a few basal leaves and very bright inflorescences of fragrant, cylindrical or tubular flowers. Inflorescences of mouse hyacinth have racemose apical.

Flower lovers know that planting and caring for Muscari uncomplicated, the plant is unpretentious and tolerates weather disasters well. Muscari can be propagated by seeds or children.... Seed plants will bloom in the third year. It is much more convenient to propagate Muscari by onion babies, of which an adult plant sometimes forms up to 30 pieces during the summer.

You can admire the flowering of Muscari for a whole month - from the end of April to mid-May. The profuse bloom creates a beautiful, vibrant backdrop.

Competent landing and caring for Muscari means growing a plant on open and semi-shaded soils, sometimes even shaded, on soils with different properties. Planting of plants is carried out in groups or with a ribbon, the depth of planting of bulbs is up to 6 cm. The soil is prepared in the same way as for other bulbous plants.

For landscaping the territory and use in landscape design, the most suitable varieties of mouse hyacinth will be:

  • Muscari broadleaf and Colchis
  • muscari is pale and groin-like
  • muscari is armenian.

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