Muscari armeniacum ‘Baby’s Breath’

One of the most beautiful of all Muscari – to quote Elizabeth Strangman from Washfield Nursery, “Delightfully scented, palest blue flowers from greenish buds”. Originally introduced from Cyprus, by Jenny Robinson (holder of the National Collection of Muscari), who in turn passed it to Washfield in Kent. A crème de la crème standout in a tribe where the word drab could be too often used.

One of the most beautiful of all Muscari – to quote Elizabeth Strangman from Washfield Nursery, “Delightfully scented, palest blue flowers from greenish buds”. Originally introduced from Cyprus, by Jenny Robinson (holder of the National Collection of Muscari), who in turn passed it to Washfield in Kent. A crème de la crème standout in a tribe where the word drab could be too often used.

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