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puschkinia

(pʊʃˈkɪnɪə)
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(Plants) a small spring-flowering bulb, Puschkinia scilloides, of Asia Minor and the Caucasus, having white or pale blue flowers striped with dark blue
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As well as a host of golden daffodils, they also planted bluebells, wild garlic, crocuses, scillas and puschkinia, a flower that's native to the Middle East.
Or if you love the wild primrose, Primula vulgaris, try it with puschkinia, sci llas or chionodoxa and anemone nemoro sa, our Or if you love the wild primrose, Primula vulgaris, try it with puschkinia, sci llas or chionodoxa and anemone nemoro sa, our native wood anemone.
Or if you love the wild primrose, Primula vulgaris, try it with puschkinia, scillas or chionodoxa and anemone nemorosa, our native wood anemone.
After this early show subsides, striped squill, also known as puschkinia, could share the stage with muscari, both blooming fairly early.
Chionodoxa, Scilla, Puschkinia and Muscari are all very hardy and have miniature flowers mostly in shades of blue and white.
This week's online offer is 100 Puschkinia Libanotica for just pounds 2.
The following bulbs are considered moderately shade tolerant: hyacinth, arum, ornamental allium/onion, fritillaria, erythronium, puschkinia and chinodoxa.
Paler blue Puschkinia libanotica and Narcissus "Toto" have an even cooler effect.
There are others like mass plantings of Grape Hyacinths that bloom in April--May in Zones 4--9, or for something happy in partial shade, try Puschkinia libanotica, a six-inch tall lovely with white flowers striped with blue, a naturalizer in moist, well-drained soil in Zones 3--8.
Moerover, Yildirim (2014) reported that Puschkinia bilgineri is similar S.
The Russian snowdrop, Puschkinia Libanotica, is a little-known spring-flowering bulb that is growing in popularity.
Puschkinia libanotica arrives as the snowdrops fade and, like snowdrops, it''''s always a reassurance that spring is making progress.