Muscari neglectum source -?

March 11, 2012

Categories: Displays & Specialty Exhibits, General, Landscapes and Naturalized Daffodils, Non-Daffodil

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The Historic Oakland Foundation is interested in finding a commercial source for Muscari neglectum for their restoration garden plantings.
They apparently have been scouting about for 2 yrs now, but cannot find one as it’s considered a nuisance as it seeds.
If you know of one (esp if with somewhat reasonable prices) please let me know~
Thanks in advance –



3 responses to “Muscari neglectum source -?”

  1. Ethel Smith, Minnesota Ethel Smith says:

    Brent and Becky’s list Muscari neglectum. Ethel Smith

  2. Mary Lou Gripshover, Ohio Mary Lou Gripshover says:

    I got some from Brent and Becky’s a couple years ago.
    Mary Lou

  3. Chriss Rainey says:

    Speaking of muscari,

    I have an edge of it along the front of a bed beside my driveway. It looks
    wonderful in bloom. The rest of the time it is a mass of foliage that
    spills over the front of the bed onto the cement pavement. And doesn’t look
    all that great after winter.

    What to do with all this stuff. Should I give it a haircut? When?

    IF I were to dig them all up when would be best to do that? The foliage
    seems to NEVER die back, the way daffodil foliage does which might tell you
    it is safe to dig. I think I might prefer to plant all these things in
    small pots and keep them in the refrigerator until I WANT them to put out

    Is it possible to be the lord and master of these things, or do you just
    have to let them be what they will be?