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Peruvian Lily, Cuban Lily

Peruvian Lily, Cuban Lily (Scilla peruviana)

A dramatic specimen in the spring landscape. Foliage forms a rosette of strappy leaves with large flower stems emerging from the center. A tight cluster of florets open slowly atop the tall stems to provide a long season of color. Despite its confusing common names, this species is…

Siberian Squill, Wood Squill

Siberian Squill, Wood Squill (Scilla siberica)

Dainty blue flowers, resembling drooping stars, nod from the top of slender stems. White flowering varieties are also available. Will quickly spread under trees and into lawns, where they can simply be mown with the grass once blooms have been enjoyed. Fun for miniature cut flower…

Spanish Bluebell, Wood Hyacinth

Spanish Bluebell, Wood Hyacinth (Scilla hispanica)

Stems bearing abundant clusters of dainty, bell-shaped blooms above glossy foliage greet the spring. Spanish Bluebells go dormant after blooming, so plant with later awakening companions to fill their vacant space.