Bluebell (Muscari)

Name: Muscari atlanticum

Toxicity: not known

Common Names: Bluebell, Blue Spike, Tassel Hyacinth

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Component: bulb

Sanctificational

Sanguinary

Anecdotal: Muscari is believed by some to be the flower of grief and mourning thought to grow where blood has been shed. It apparently placates the spirits associated with these events, making it an appropriate offering left or planted at gravesites or where tragedy has taken place. Muscari is rendered into glue used to attach feathers to arrows because of its association with placating the spirits of death and tragedy.




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