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Muscari Bulbs : Easy Planting Tips

Spring Bulbs in The GardenOne of the highlights of spring is watching these sweet-scented blue bulbs called Muscari explode in the border of my landscape. Today I’m sharing with you a few of the sets on how easy they are to plant.

How To Plant Muscari

I made this quick video sharing how easy it really is to plant and I look forward to sharing the blooms with you in early spring.

I am so excited to share how to make your garden colorful in the Spring.  I hope the video helps you or at least inspires you to grow something this year.

Photos Muscari In The Garden

Ready set.. let’s grow! In this section I share a few photos featuring what makes planting bulbs for spring color super easy.

Busy Bulb Planting

First up get your bulbs all in one area so when the weather is perfect you can start planting.  The key to getting the bulbs in the ground healthy is keeping the bulbs cool and dry until you can plant.  Don’t worry if it is getting close to winter because you can plant the bulbs in your garden as long as the ground isn’t frozen.  I have personally planted in late January in my hardiness zone.

New Shipment of Bulbs Arrive

Purchase healthy bulbs!  Always buy your bulbs from a company you trust and know while providing quality products.  I love Longfield Gardens products because I have never received any that weren’t in good health.  Mail order of the pages I buy at Costco this company knows what it is doing.

Bottom of the Bulb

bottoms down… it is easy to see the bottom on these Muscari.

Are you ready to plant or at least plan your Spring color garden adding some Muscari?

Let’s Connect

I’d love to hear about the bulbs you plant for spring so be sure to comment on my post to comment on my post or reach out to me on social media at @brenhaas.

Happy Spring,



4 Responses

  1. So fun that you have been adding many bulbs every fall! Canhardly wait to see the gardens next spring.

  2. They do make a great border. Do you clip off the flowers as they die to avoid having them self-seed? I have not, and they have spread everywhere.

  3. Thanks Bren Your Planting tips really impressive and it makes task much easier for planting Muscari plant in my backyard.

    Thanks once again for spreading your thoughts with us..

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