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Scilla ‘Litardieri’ (Amethystina)

Squill

Scilla Litardieri is also known as Scilla Amethystina, blooming in early spring. Each bulb produces 3-4 stems, with 3-5 flowers per stem

Scilla bulbs flowers early in spring and produce 3-4 stems per bulb, with multiple star-shaped flowers on each stem. The flowers come in beautiful bright blue and white colors.

Scillas are great for naturalizing, combine them with crocuses and daffodils.

Scilla bulbs are deer and rodent resistant and will return year after year.

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Growing Tips

Planting Depth: 4" (10cm) Spacing: 3-4" (7.5-10cm) Bloom Duration: 3 weeks

Additional information

Also known as

Amethystina

Common name

Squill

Hardiness Zone

3-9

Height

8 Inches

Spread

1 Inches

Planting Depth

2-4 Inches

Bloom Time

Early Spring

Shipping Season

Fall

Color

Blue

Characteristics

Average, Container, Mass Planting, Naturalizing, Partial Shade, Rock Garden, Sun

Companion Plant Name

Narcissi Miniature 'Thalia', Tulipa Double Early 'Monte Carlo'

Packaging

Box of 250 Bulbs, Size 6/+

Description

  • Scilla bulbs flower early spring
  • Each bulb produces 3-4 stems, with 3-5 flowers per stem
  • Scilla bulbs are resistant to deers and rodents
  • Scilla bulbs are suitable for naturalizing
  • Scillas will return for several years
  • Have a look at our tips on planting and care 
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