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Grape Hyacinth


GRAPE HYACINTH
Muscari racemosum Lily Family  Liliaceae
April-May Infrequent Alien
Description: From 2 to 10 inches  tall. Leaves are almost cylindrical. Flowers are blue to violet, sometimes white, in a tight tapering cluster of small ball like flowers, suggesting grapes. Flowers have a sweet aroma, plant is poisonous to cattle. Another species, M. botryoides, is very similar but has flat leaves

Location: Fields, lawns and roadsides

Grape Hyacinth

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