These porcelain blue beauties in our garden do turn to a more lavender color towards the final stage of blooming. Either way; they are stunning and fragrant too. They thrive well and rodents do not eat their bulbs and they're also deer resistant. They too are part of the garden tour with Book an Event from Mariette's Back to Basics. We have them near the gazebo, on our property line.
Hyacinthoides hispanica Excelsior make excellent cutflowers as well. Here they are shown in a vase on a handcrochetd placemat that I've made.