Hyacinth Orientalis Blue Jacket
Hyacinth Blue Jacket - One of the great blues of the flower world. These award-winning hyacinths display big columns of royal blue florets with crisp white edges. They go with every other color in the garden, from red to yellow, pink to purple. Plant them near the front of your flowerbeds where you can enjoy their wonderful fragrance. Blue Jacket is a good variety for forcing. Longfield Gardens
Brodiaea Queen Fabiola
Brodiaea Queen Fabiola - Florists love Brodiaea because their starry, violet-blue flowers last for 2 weeks in a vase. When you grow them yourself in a garden or planter, you can enjoy their flowers for a month or more. These summer-blooming bulbs are native to California and the Pacific Northwest and are naturally deer-resistant. • Adaptable and Drought Tolerant • Long-Lasting Cut Flowers • Suitable for Gardens or Containers
Muscari Valerie Finnis
Muscari Valerie Finnis - These fabulous powder blue muscari are a totally unique color that you won't find in any other flower. Plant them with darker-hued muscari or with any other spring bulbs. They are especially beautiful with pink tulips.
The Beautiful Blues Collection includes some of nature's most vivid blue flowers. First to bloom is scilla siberica, followed by fragrant hyacinths and muscari. You'll also enjoy two tulips, midseason Blue Beauty and late season Violet Beauty. All are ideal for interplanting with perennials.
Muscari: Perfect Partners for Spring Bulbs - Longfield Gardens
These carefree bulbs — also known as grape hyacinths — are beautiful on their own, and look even better combined with other #spring bulbs. Their compact height and soothing blue hues bring out the best in whatever #flowers are nearby.
How to Use Blue in Your Flower Garden - Longfield Gardens
In the horticultural world, blue is an unusual color and that’s surely one reason we are so drawn to blue flowers. But there’s more to the power of blue than novelty. Read on to learn how you can put this heavenly hue to work in your garden.