Such is the grape hyacinth, doubly grateful in this perfection in the time it comes in early spring.
We found it a field of grape hyacinth, blue of leaf, of stem, of flower.
Few are prettier than the common M. botryoides, the grape hyacinth, which drew from Ruskin words of praise familiar to many.
The grape hyacinth is the favorite spring flower of my garden—but no!
For a flower that does hide itself, take a lily of the valley, or the bell of a grape hyacinth, or a cyclamen.
Not content with the confines of the garden border, the grape hyacinth has "escaped the garden," and become a field flower.
With the dwarfer squills might be associated the grape hyacinth and the amethyst hyacinth (Hyacinthus amethystinus).