Scilla peruviana

Hugh Povey
Sat, 29 Apr 2006 11:13:19 PDT
It is very easy. Stop watering in the early summer and
let it become dormant.
It will start to grow again in the autumn and flower
the next summer.Best in a hot,sunny position.
If it is a clump then devide and replant the single
bulbs. Size 12-16 will flower while larger sizes often
divide into 3-4 small bulbs and just produce
vegetative growth.


--- sekkei <> wrote:

> Help! Do any of you gracious folks know the trick to
> reblooming Scilla
> peruviana? I have tried many configurations over the
> past six years and no
> luck. I have rebloomed many other "difficult" bulbs.
> But this one baffles
> me.
> Terence Hernstrom,
> Director Gardens & Grounds
> Kimberly Crest House and Gardens
> Redlands CA 92373 (where watsonias, iris, lilies,
> etc. are putting on quite
> a show!)
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