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(Spiderlily, Taiwanese Surprise Lily, Traub's Spiderlily)

When in bloom, Traub's spiderlily looks like the golden surprise lily (Lycoris aurea). However, the former's flowers are held more perpendicular to the flower stalk and its leaves appear slightly later in autumn. This bulbous perennial, native to Taiwan, is named in honor of Dr. Hamilton Traub, a 20th-century American botanist and co-founder of the International Bulb Society.

Appearing in a cluster atop naked stems are four to six pink flowers, each with six reflexing petals (tepals)...

Image of Lycoris x haywardii photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Hayward's Hybrid Surprise Lily, Hayward's Spiderlily)

Offering truly unique summer blooms, Hayward's spiderlily produces amaryllis-like flowers of pink with violet-blue petal/tepal tips or streaks. This plant was first discovered in Winter Park, Florida, in a 1948 shipment of Chinese plants addressed to Dr. Wyndham Hayward. The hybrid species was named by Dr. Hamilton Traub in 1957 and is believed to be a cross between Lycoris sprengeri and L. radiata var. pumila. It develops leaves by early winter that die back by early summer....

Image of Muscari photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Grape Hyacinth)

Early and long-blooming, grape hyacinths are dependable plant-and-forget flowering bulbs. There are approximately 40 species in the genus Muscari, and most are native to the Mediterranean and southwestern Asia.

The herbaceous perennials send up somewhat fleshy, linear to spatula-shaped green leaves from a small, brown bulb covered with a papery brown skin. Most of the species are diminutive and produce only a few leaves. Showy, often grape-like clusters of small flowers appear at...

Image of Muscari armeniacum photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Armenian Grape Hyacinth)

The cobalt-blue flowers of Armenian grape hyacinth partner beautifully with small daffodils, pansies, and other spring-blooming plants. Native from southeastern Europe to the Caucasus, this hardy bulbous perennial is also great for naturalizing and for adding a splash of cool color to spring containers.

Reminiscent of bunches of grapes, the erect, conical clusters of small, urn-shaped blooms appear in early to mid-spring on leafless ankle-high stems. As the individual flowers mature their...

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Russell Stafford

(Armenian Grape Hyacinth)

The deep sky-blue flowers of 'Dark Eyes' partner beautifully with small daffodils, pansies, and other spring-blooming perennials. This hardy bulbous perennial is also great for naturalizing and for adding a splash of cool color to spring containers. It is a selection of Armenian grape hyacinth, which occurs from southeastern Europe to the Caucasus.

Reminiscent of bunches of grapes, the erect, conical clusters of small, urn-shaped blooms appear in early to mid-spring on leafless ankle-high...

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Jessie Keith

(Armenian Grape Hyacinth, Valerie Finnis Grape Hyacinth)

The icy blue flowers of 'Valerie Finnis' partner beautifully with small daffodils and pansies, and other spring-blooming plants. This hardy bulbous perennial is also great for naturalizing and for adding a splash of cool color to spring containers. It is a selection of Armenian grape hyacinth, which occurs from southeastern Europe to the Caucasus.

Reminiscent of bunches of grapes, the erect, conical clusters of small, urn-shaped blooms appear in early to mid-spring on leafless ankle-high stems....

Image of Muscari aucheri photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Grape Hyacinth)

In mid-spring this native of Turkey bears pretty conical grape-like clusters of tiny rounded blue flowers with white edges. These are sweetly fragrant and rise from neat clusters of grassy green foliage. The grassy leaves disappear in summer, reappear in fall and persist until plants flower again in spring.

Grape hyacinths grow best in full to partial sun and well-drained but fertile soil. They look best planted in rock gardens or in masses among other spring bulbs, such as small daffodils and...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Grape Hyacinth)

The bright blue flowers of the grape hyacinth ‘Blue Magic’ are highly fragrant and long-lasting. Turkish in origin, this hardy bulb bears pretty conical grape-like clusters of tiny rounded sky blue flowers with white edges. These rise on short leafless stems in mid-spring, over neat clumps of grassy green foliage. The leaves disappear in summer, reappear in fall and persist through winter and most of spring.

Grape hyacinths grow best in full to partial sun and well-drained but fertile soil. They...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Grape Hyacinth)

The fragrant, long-lasting, pastel-blue flowers of the grape hyacinth ‘Ocean Magic’ partner beautifully with other spring bulbs such as small daffodils and species tulips. A cultivar of the Turkish Muscari aucheri, this hardy bulb bears pretty conical grape-like clusters of tiny rounded pale blue flowers with white rims. They arise in mid-spring on erect, leafless, ankle-high stems. Clumps of grass-like leaves appear in fall and persist through winter and most of spring.

Grape hyacinths...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Grape Hyacinth)

The clean white flowers of the grape hyacinth ‘White Magic’ are highly fragrant and long-lasting. Turkish in origin, this hardy bulb bears pretty conical grape-like clusters of tiny rounded white flowers. These rise on short leafless stems in mid-spring, above neat clumps of grassy green foliage. The leaves disappear in summer, reappear in fall and persist through winter and most of spring.

Grape hyacinths grow best in full to partial sun and well-drained but fertile soil. They look best planted...