Scilla ramburei

A dwarf, showy species related to Scilla verna but far more vigorous with about 25 attractive 1cm flowers, each with a single bract, crowded into a spike above the narrow, inconspicuous leaves. Most well-drained garden soils which are suitable for bulbs and grows well here outside in a sunny raised bed. Winter dormant.
SKU: BULB-SR
$10.00

A dwarf, showy species related to Scilla verna but far more vigorous with about 25 attractive 1cm flowers, each with a single bract, crowded into a spike above the narrow, inconspicuous leaves. Most well-drained garden soils which are suitable for bulbs and grows well here outside in a sunny raised bed. Winter dormant.

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