Grape Hyacinth is a perennial bulb plant that provides a graceful, delicate look to early spring gardens.
Small bluish purple fragrant flowers appear in March on stems 6-8 inches tall, contrasting nicely with the dark green grassy foliage.
It can naturalize in favorable conditions, but not invasively.
Happily grows in full sun or part shade and looks particularly good in deciduous woodland landscapes.
It is easy to grow! It tolerates deer, clay soil, and even black walnut trees!
Another plus is that it makes a good cut flower.