10 Free Puschkinia Libanotica
Puschkinia Libanotica. Fully hardy, perennial. Any well-drained soil will do, thrives in sun or light shade. These plants are perfect for rockeries, front borders and containers. Clusters of small fragrant starry bells bloom in early spring. Flowers are milky white with a pale blue stripe on each petal. At maturity the slender stems are hardly eight inches high and the foliage is never obstructive. Native Habitat:- Lebanon.
Bulbs Size 6+
Plant: September -November. 10 cm deep. Spacing 5-8 cm. Flowers March-April. Height 10-15 cm.
Hardy. Perennial. Thrives in full sun or light shade. Well-drained sandy soil is preferable. Perfect for rockeries, front borders, pots and containers. If growing in pots, plant other bulbs with them, i.e. Miniature narcissi, muscari or crocus. Feed with a slow release fertilizer during the growing season.
Propagate: By dividing overcrowded clumps in June and replant or store in cool dark place until planting time in late September.