My grape hyacinths began blooming 4 days ago, (you all know they have been green all winter) and I was delighted. The clump I had planted three years ago had grown and given me a very nice group. BUT there was a big surprise this year. Look closely and see that there are a number of extra grape hyacinths blooming here and there!
I was delighted to see the spreading grape hyacinths, but then, as I saw some of these new plants wandering, sliding into the other low growing plants, I realized there was a problem. Maybe I can dig up those new plants and give them to a friend. It might work for them next year. Any ideas?
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Good luck! I guess it depends how close they are to the other plants. They are sweet little plants and and probably won’t disrupt later erupters and bloomers. They kind of fade back with the summer heat.