From fleshy leaves arise bell-shaped, purplish blue, sometimes almost black, flowers. Flower heads appear two-toned due to paler crowns, which are sterile flowers. They are good for naturalizing in gardens or lawns, for forcing or growing in container displays, and for rock gardens.
This is a very pretty grape hyacinth, with slender white flower spikes. Less vigorous (or invasive) than its more commonly grown cousins, it provides an altogether 'finer' profile. It is perfect for pots, alpine beds, woodland floors or filling gaps at the front of borders.
These lovely scented flowers will help to attract bees, butterflies to your garden. The powder blue to almost delph colours add that extra dimension to your summer beds, borders and rockery displays they are equally at home as a container plant.