LEDEBOURIA violacea

LEDEBOURIA violacea f. variegata

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€8.50
Author : Burch. ex Ker Gawl.
Family : Amaryllidaceae
Habitat : South Africa
The silver squill (Ledebouria socialis) is a geophytic, evergreen bulbous member of the lily family that forms small, somewhat teardrop-shaped bulbs that sit on top of the soil in thick clusters. It comprises several questionable varieties and its taxonomic history has undergone several changes. Form with variegated leaves
Bulb 2/3 cm with some smaller
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CULTURE :
Exposure : bright and sunny.
Take care do not expose the caudex in full sun.
Temperature : minimum of 0°c (summer growth)
Soil : not too rich but mainly well drained. You can use a mix of pumice with your habitual potting soil
winter resting with partial loose of leaves in autumn

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