Scilla bifolia

Jane McGary
Thu, 23 Mar 2006 16:17:11 PST
Scilla bifolia is very easy to grow in the Pacific Northwest, where it 
naturalizes and spreads by self-sown seed. Don't let it loose where it may 
interfere with small plants, such as alpines in the rock garden. In good 
conditions it can get pretty large (flowering stems to 6 inches).

I had the ugly pink one for awhile but thank goodness, it has disappeared. 
I've never had a white one. (Hint, hint.)

Jane McGary
Northwestern Oregon, USA

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