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Genus with around 83 bulbous species, evolved from woodland, coastal and subalpine meadow environments across Europe, Africa and the Middle East. They produce small blue-purple, occasionally white flowers on flowering spikes and are valued ornamentally in horticulture.
How to propagate Squill
You should divide in late summer when clumps become crowded.
Propagate from seed in autumn.
Other uses of Squill
Grown for its flowers.
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