|A pretty, bright blue spring flowering bulb, tending to form clumps. Tiny blue flowers are tightly clustered on 4-6 inch long stems, resembling bunches of grapes. It is very easy to grow, not at all fussy and will easily naturalize. Plant in drifts, beautiful with Narcissus in the spring. Great for underplanting in the border, although it is a good idea to situate them where their untidy foliage will be later hidden, by perhaps a peony or daylily.