This hardy Spring flowering bulb, also known as "Grape Hyacinth" produces each Spring; neat white tipped an pale blue nodding flowers in profusion on 10-15 cm stems. Tolerant to most conditions in the garden, they are best planted in bold groups or in a border 3-5 cm deep, 4-5 cm apart, in well worked soil. They can be left undisturbed for years. To keep bulbs grouped they can be planted in bulb baskets and placed just below the surface of the soil. For best results year after year feed with Fiesta Bulb Food.