Muscari is the Turkish name for the bulb.
M. botryoides translates as "like a bunch of grapes."
Unlike the Dutch Hyacinths in my garden, Muscari will continue to send up
new blooms and rebloom until hot weather.
Muscari make a good marker for other spring-blooming bulbs.
Muscari puts up leaves in fall, so hidden Daffodils can be located
if they are planted with a handful of Muscari.
That is, IF the Muscari returns.
Muscari is in the Lily Family, as is Hyacinthus (Hyacinth).
2011 is a good year for Hyacinthus.
This is the river of muscari I always wanted to emulate.
Muscari River photo from http://www.keukenhof.nl/ site.