Muscari neglectum is a perennial bulbous plant, one of a number of species and genera known as grape hyacinth and in particular common grape hyacinth or starch grape hyacinth.
Muscari neglectum is a herbaceous plant growing from a bulb. The flower stems are 5–20 cm tall. The flowers are arranged in a spike or raceme and are dark blue with white lobes at their tips (teeth); there may be a cluster of paler sterile flowers at the top of the spike. The raceme is 2–6 cm long. The fruit is a 3-celled capsule with two ovules in each cell.
This plant is useful.
How to get rid of:
It increases rapidly and can become invasive. You can control it by hand-pulling, hoeing, or cultivation.