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GRAPE-HYACINTH Muscari armeniacum (Height to 25cm) is often grown in gardens but is also thought to be native to Britain at a few Breckland sites. The leaves are narrow, bright green and basal, and the flowers are blue, egg-shaped and borne in conical spikes, 3-4cm long (Apr-May).
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GRAPE-HYACINTH Muscari armeniacum (Height to 25cm) is often grown in gardens but is also thought to be native to Britain at a few Breckland sites. The leaves are narrow, bright green and basal, and the flowers are blue, egg-shaped and borne in conical spikes, 3-4cm long (Apr-May).

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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