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These are a Mediterranean squill I have grown from seeds - currently seedlings, but I am pricking them out into 9cm pots. They probably won't flower this year. They will have BLUE flowers. The name 'peruviana' does not refer to their native land - they are a native of Portugal and the Med.Checkout this link to see a good picture: httpeasytogrowbulbs.com/p-482-scilla-peruviana-peruvian-lily.aspx
Scilla peruviana (Squill). This species produces dense clusters of up to 50 star-shaped flowers which are borne in summer on 30cm long stem. The flower are 25mm wide, are usually blue or sometimes white or purple. The foliage is dark to olive-green and glossy, strap-like.
They should be planted in the autumn in average garden soil with full sun to light shade.
Walls, rock garden
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