Muscari armeniacum, commonly called grape hyacinth, is an early spring-blooming bulbous perennial that is native to southeastern Europe (including Armenia). It features conical racemes of slightly fragrant, tightly packed, deep violet blue, urn-shaped flowers atop scapes rising to 8” tall in early spring.
They need no special care and, once planted, will flower and spread freely, so that division may be necessary every few years. For best results grow Muscari armeniacum in moist but well-drained soil in sun or shade. To prevent clumps from spreading to quickly, you may prefer to grow them in containers.