The Scilla Peruviana is also known as the Portuguese Squill. It is a spring-blooming bulb with striking, lavender-blue flowers. The flower heads can be as large as a softball, with star-like florets that open gradually over a period of 3 weeks or more. The plants have long, strappy leaves similar to a hyacinth, and grow 12-20” tall.
Information from www.longfield-gardens.com/article/all-about-scilla-peruviana.
Photo Credit: Deb L. Waters
Camera: Canon EOS Rebel T3i with Canon EF-S 18-55mm Super Macro Lens
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