Bellevalia genus. These are spring-flowering bulbs. They are similar to the Muscari but with longer more tubular flowers. Some of the species have ornamental value, but most are uninteresting horticulturally.
S Europe, Asia
Grown for their ornamental value.
They are frost hardy and will need an open position with well drained soil that dries out in the summer.
Propagation is by seeds preferably in the autumn.
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