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mikethegardener

Professional gardener (who designs) and writes. NEW WEBSITE: www.gardensbymikepalmer.wordpress.com

Muscari armeniacum

  • Season Icon Late WinterLate Winter 2017
  • Like Count 79
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mikethegardener

Invasive, yes. But very likeable. Prefer them in someone else's garden though, personally 💙

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TheCheerfulGardener

Will not have them in my garden. Far too much leaf for very little flower and far too invasive. Not for me either.

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juliesgarden

Oh me too Mike, too invasive for me too 👍 . I agree David , nor me !! @TheCheerfulGardner

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alejandra

🙌 I planted them 6 months ago!! 😭but here is little rain ..

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Ranny

Are all hyacinth's invasive? Just stuck some I got for Xmas in pots into garden. I don't like them at all, but didn't want to bin them, though will do if they are a "pest"!

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icedance

They are lovely but I'm with you Mike they are stealing a march down my border much as I have tried to limit them !

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Elaine.colville

They don't spread in my garden. I planted two clumps ten years ago and they have only increased by a manageable size. Lots of colour though. I have very wet and cold clay soil is this why?

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Elaine.colville

They don't spread in my garden. I planted two clumps ten years ago and they have only increased by a manageable size. Lots of colour though. I have very wet and cold clay soil is this why?

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titchyfra

I like their colour and have tried to keep them in my small "cottage" area only

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