Siberian Squill Reviews
Newest Review: ... a cluster of Earthbound stars gazing up at the sky. The colour palette for the Siberian Squill is fairly limited and is ... more
Customer Siberian Squill Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/04/13 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Gazing out the window the other day at yet another unseasonal snow flurry I spotted what I thought was a piece of blue paper caught under one of the shrubs. Putting on my clogs, I went out to pick it up only to discover it wasn't a piece of paper at all (my eyesight isn't what it used to be) but was a little patch of squills I'd planted years ago and which always manage to surprise me every Spring. Siberian Squills or scilla sibirica to give them their Latin name, belong to the same family as the good old English Bluebell, and the horribly invasive Spanish one, too. As bluebells go, the Siberian Squill is a very unassuming variety compared to its showier ... Read the complete review
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