From the hyacinth family, muscari are also know as grape hyacinth. They are named so because of their clusters of small, bell-shaped, cobalt-blue flowers that look like clusters of upside-down grapes. Color varieties include light blue, cobalt blue, white and green. Muscari can be found in late winter to early spring but hurray ladies; these beauties have short availability.
Wouldn't these be perfect for your incorporation of "something blue"? I do believe so!
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