How do you use grape hyacinths (muscari)?
I have planted grape hyacinths in various locations around my rather small yard, a decision I have now come to regret. I quite like the flowers but the plant itself is problematic. First of all, it spreads quite aggressively over time and pops up where it's not wanted. The foliage appears in the fall and stays over winter which makes the fall cleanup more difficult. It also seems to harbor weeds -- mine are intermingled with wild onion and impossible to separate.
Is this a plant that works best in a more "natural" and less "controlled" landscape? If so, I have other locations where I could give it a try.