الثلاثاء، 28 أبريل، 2015

Muscari Armeniacum

Muscari Armeniacum
Muscari armeniacum is a bulbous plant of the genus Muscari with basal, simple leaves and short, flowering stems. It is one of a number of species and genera known as Grape Hyacinth, in this case Armenian Grape Hyacinth or Garden Grape-hyacinth. The flowers are purple, blue (with a white fringe), white  or pale pink (var "Pink Sunrise") and the plants are usually 15 centimetres tall. M. armeniacum blooms in mid-Spring (April or May in the Northern Hemisphere) for 3-4 weeks. Some selections are fragrant. Established bulbs leaf in the autumn. M. armeniacum is widespread in the woods and meadows of the Eastern Mediterranean, from Greece and Turkey to the Caucasus

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