Silver Squill- Scilla violacea
A unique succulent bulb that makes a wonderful house plant. The leaves of Scilla violacea, also known as Silver Squill, are deep green-spotted on a silvery background, with undersides flushed with a rosy wine color. Spikes of tiny greenish flowers rise above the mottled leaves with an airy grace. The plant is only about eight inches tall, so it is perfectly suited for a miniature garden or terrarium.
This succulent bulb is native to South Africa. Its silver green leaves have multiple dark green speckles on the front sides and violet undersides. The plant forms small bulb offsets prolifically.
Small lilac flowers that resemble hyacinths appear during winter months. Protect from frost.
Sold in 4” nursery pot.