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Fall Bulbs Fundraiser For

Magzalea Farm Sanctuary


Help us raise some much needed funds for winter expenses! The Almanac is predicting a doozy of a winter… great! Every winter we need lots and lots of dry warm bedding, shavings, straw. We also go through more forage and hay than any other season. Electrolytes and salt to encourage water intake and so much more. We need all the help we can get!

Grape Hyacinth (20 Bulbs)


These deer-resistant, true-blue beauties are a classic border plant. See details below.

These true-blue beauties are resistant to deer and rabbits and pair beautifully with daffodils and tulips. Makes a great border plant.

Botanical Name: Muscari armeniacum
Hardiness Zones: 4-8
Plant Type: Perennial
Bloom Time: Mid to late spring
Advantages: Easy to grow; deer and rabbit resistant; naturalizing
Mature Plant Size: 6″-8″ tall
Light Requirements: Full to part sun
Plant Depth: 4″ deep, 2″ apart
Soil Type: Average, moist, well-drained soil

Please note: Grape Hyacinths require a chilling period in order to bloom; NOT suitable for hardiness zones 9 and up. Check your hardiness zone on the map on the fundraiser’s landing page, or on the USDA website.