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Scilla mischtschenkoana

Scilla mischtschenkoana

Florets are pale blue to white with a dark blue midrib outside. This early-flowering species begins blooming when the stems have barely broken through the soil and continues as the stems rise to a height of 5 inches. Heirloom, 1931.

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Scilla mischtschenkoana


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Quick Facts

Common Name: Squill

Hardiness Zone:
4-8 S / 4-9 W

Height: 3-5"

Deer Resistant: Yes

Exposure: Full or Part Sun

Blooms In: March-April

Spacing: 3"

Ships as: Bulb

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