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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

Experience the early spring beauty of Scilla bulbs, boasting 3-4 stems per bulb adorned with clusters of bell-shaped flowers in stunning shades of bright blue and white. Perfect for naturalizing, these resilient bulbs pair beautifully with crocuses and daffodils, creating captivating displays year after year. Enjoy their charm while knowing that Scilla bulbs are deer and rodent resistant, ensuring their enduring presence in the garden.

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  • 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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