{floral friday}

{floral friday #48}

About a week ago I bought a pot of muscari and now they are in full bloom.
Since we don't have a backyard to plant them in, we're now enjoying them every time we enter the kitchen. So, so pretty! ;)

A few facts about muscari:

  • The common name is grape hyacinth.
  • Muscaris are available in the winter months/early spring, typically from January to April.
  • They are native to Asia and the Mediterranean.
  • The term muscari comes from the Latin muscus, since the scent is said to resemble musk. {source}

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17 Kommentare

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    Nana Diana
    Freitag, der 9. Mrz 2012 at 14:41

    They are just gorgeous. A sure sign of Spring to me. We don’t have any yet…not even in the flower shops. xo Diana

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    Annika
    Freitag, der 9. Mrz 2012 at 14:50

    I love muscari! The blue of their blossoms is so pretty! I planted some on my lawn a few years ago, but the never came out.

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    Gwen
    Freitag, der 9. Mrz 2012 at 15:33

    How beautiful! They are so dainty and sweet!

    My husband just asked me how to say „the cat’s away, the mice will play“ in German as I was reading your post! Random, huh?

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    I am LOVD
    Freitag, der 9. Mrz 2012 at 15:57

    They seem so delicate; just like the beginning of spring itself.

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    {Adventuresindinner}
    Freitag, der 9. Mrz 2012 at 20:40

    Bring on the spring C: And yes, you’ve just made it so that I stop and get flowers on the way home from work.

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    mary
    Sonntag, der 11. Mrz 2012 at 00:49

    Oh these are so pretty and they are easy to grow. I hope you can find a pot or something to put them in after they finish blooming so you will have them for years to come!

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    Jami @monstermamas
    Sonntag, der 11. Mrz 2012 at 16:39

    Beautiful photo :) I love the focus and simplicity of this… and I have always been intrigued with flowers like that one.

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    Sam
    Sonntag, der 11. Mrz 2012 at 18:31

    Beautiful!

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    Jill
    Dienstag, der 13. Mrz 2012 at 04:06

    Georgeous photos Vanessa – and as always a great choice of beautiful flowers!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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    Patti@Pretty Old Houses
    Dienstag, der 13. Mrz 2012 at 12:48

    Lovely. Your photography is so nice. It brightened my day.

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    Jen
    Dienstag, der 13. Mrz 2012 at 14:37

    Lovely photos. It is nice you find a way to enjoy the signs of spring even though you don’t have the backyard. Thanks for sharing. Stopped in from Pink Hippo.

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    Kathryn Pepper
    Donnerstag, der 15. Mrz 2012 at 20:24

    These pretty pictures make me so excited for spring! Thanks for linking these up to Cutesy Monday!

    Kathryn
    destinationcraft.blogspot.com

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    Sinea Pies
    Freitag, der 16. Mrz 2012 at 02:56

    Just love the photos. So simple and elegant.

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    Mona
    Samstag, der 17. Mrz 2012 at 16:15

    Oh wow! Your muscari is gorgeous!!! Love these pics :)

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    Andrea
    Montag, der 19. Mrz 2012 at 01:46

    Hi Vanessa, my first time here. I’ve seen grape hyacinths only once in Turkey but it is the blue. Your color is so unique in gray. Even if they are from Asia they don’t grow in our country, as it is a temperate climate plant. We are in the hot-dry part of Asia.

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    Tina´s PicStory
    Montag, der 19. Mrz 2012 at 18:52

    thanks for sharing your sweet flowers with us at *weekend flowers* :)

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    Imelda @ Auxilio Ab Alto
    Montag, der 19. Mrz 2012 at 20:03

    Pretty. We have plenty of them in the backyard. Somehow, they thrive even when our ground gets so soggy during springtime.

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