U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Muscari. My Picture of the Day

Self-planted Muscari (Grape Hyacinth) in my palm tree container

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  1. Very, very pretty! We have thousands of self-planted in our yard :) Thanks for sharing these!

  2. I just love how they bloom just by chance in your pot!! Lovely...

  3. Tatyana,
    Happy Easter to you! Lovely images, ours are already finished. Love the frangrence them have.

  4. That first shot is simply perfect.

  5. For such a little flowers they pack a whole lot of beauty. Happy Easter to you and the family.

  6. Happy Easter Tatyana and thank you for the beautiful picture

  7. Also, thank you Tatyana for your comment on my blog, I approved it, but it's not showing anywhere, just wanted to let you know that I appreciate it and delighted that you enjoyed listening to singing plants.

  8. The muscari iis a beautiful shade of blue.Thank you for looking at my plot

    Happy Easter


  9. I love Muscaris (even if lots of other gardeners don't). Thanks for the lovely photo and Happy Easter!

  10. They are such cute little flowers! Happy Easter!

  11. I hope you had a great Easter! Your photos of the muscari are lovely, but I am curious what the brown fuzzy, thing is!

  12. Thank you everyone!
    Deb, that's my palm tree. Why it's so fuzzy? I need to ask a squirrel what was she doing with that poor tree. Getting fiber for a nest?

  13. So pretty in that moss !

  14. Self planted are the best!! Very pretty.

  15. so beautiful! Happy St. Easter!

  16. Hi Tatyana, I love the bed of moss under the Muscari. Very elegant. We got sunshine over Easter weekend. I hope you did too and were able to putter in your garden a little. Take care.

  17. Oh my gosh, those grape Hyacinth are sweet and the planter is awesome! Thank you, Tatyana, for sharing on 'Weekly Top Shot.' :-)

  18. ohhh...
    Blue always add mystery and depth in the garden.
    Those truly look pretty and the bell like shape brings temptation as to consider them as berries.
    Wished I had more blue in my garden..

  19. Beautiful! I thought mine were all but lost this year, but I finally found a few lurking in the orchard. Spring wouldn't be the same without Muscari.


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