Scilla Peruviana, also known as Giant Scilla, is grown from a big bulb. The strap like slim leaves emerge in the fall, and in mid-spring the tall flower stalks appear fully packed (50-100 blossoms) with blue colored flowers that can last for weeks. Star quality without the prima donna attitude or cost. It is an easy plant to grow, given proper conditions. The plant goes dormant over summer. Good naturalizer. Good water wise plant and hardy to 5° F. Water well during the growing seasonLeave bulbs undisturbed and they will soon naturalize.
- Bulb size 16/18 cm
- Striking evergreen perennial and long blooming
- Excellent in containers, with 18 in. diameter blooms
- Also known as Peruvian lily, Cuban lily, and Caribbean lily
- Star quality without the prima donna attitude
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