May be harmful if eaten by humans or animals – Keep away from children and pets
Grape hyacinths are hardy, easy to grow, and have long-lasting blooms–no garden should be without them. This species, also known as the feather hyacinth, has slender airy filaments and resembles a red-violet plume. It’s completely unlike its grapy cousins in color and form, and makes a good, 10-inch cut flower. The bulbs themselves have a distinct pink color and produce toothlike bulblets that grow to flowering size in just one season.
Propagation: Divide when dormant; remove offsets in summer; sow seed in containers in a cold frame in fall.