Muscari

(Blue grape)
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What you need to know as a florist about the Muscari

  • Colourful splendour
    The most striking and popular colour is the deep, vibrant blue. Muscari is also available in other colours, such as purple and white.
  • Stylish applications
    Because of its compact shape and beautiful colour palette, the Muscari is lively addition in your floral arrangements or bouquets.
  • Symbolic meaning
    The Muscari symbolises hope and renewal. The flower rises early in spring, marking the beginning of a new growing season.

All about the Muscari

A beautiful spring flower to add to your assortment is the Muscari, also known as Blue Grape. This flower spreads a sweet, spicy fragrance. Just one flower in a field bouquet is enough to perfume your living room. Blue grapes (Muscari) are native to countries around the Mediterranean and Asia Minor.

Muscari is derived from the Greek 'moschos', meaning musk, a reference to the slightly sweet, earthy scent the flowers give off.

Blue grapes grow only 20 to 30 centimetres tall. You can either put them solo in a vase or incorporate them into low bouquets (for example, with Snowdrops and Hyacinth). Keep in mind that the grapes will continue to grow in the vase. And did you know there is also a white variety? It's also simply called 'blue grape'!

Sales inspiration for the florist

Muscari is a beautiful flower often used in spring bouquets. You can find more inspiration here.

Sales advice for the florist

In-store sales advice for Muscari

There are several techniques you can apply to the Muscari. Think of making arrangements, a bouquet, a mono-bouquet or drying.

Presentation

Sustainability

Versatility

Meaning

When choosing the right bouquet, it is important to consider the meaning of the Muscari. Ideal for special occasions. Read the meaning of the flower under 'Product information'.

Give care tips

Give advice on caring for Muscari, so the customer knows how to keep the flowers fresh for as long as possible. Read the care tips under 'Care' for the best advice.

Inspiring stories from growers, florists and experts

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