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When I rebuilt the rock garden I came across hundreds+ bsmall bulbs!
I couldn't remember what they were since it has been a good 20 years since I planted any! So, I had to look them up!
Some are Scilla siberica, but the majority are Puschkinia libanotica!
I replanted them in a drift and look great now they are in bloom!


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I even have then coming up in the lawn!
I forgot that they produce lots of seeds!
I will definitly be scattering the seeds around when they're ripe!
From seed to flowering size bulb only takes a year!

Kya D

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Ron the flowers are darling I especially like the squill. But I didn't see your "bloomers":) :D is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to