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Ledebouria socialis


Silvery, lance-shaped leaves with green leopard spots - silver spots and purple on the underside.

toxic to humans and pets.

It stores water in the bulb to keep the plant alive during drought.

During winter, which is its resting period, give the plant just enough water to keep the leaves from drying up.


Benefits: drought-tolerant.

Silver Squill

  • Temperature: 30 °F -60 °F

    Light: Bright indirect sun (3 to 4 hours)

    Flowering and Fragrance: In Spring, it grows small green flowers on pink stems that emerge from the rosette-shaped foliage.

    Growth Size: 6 to 10 inches (15 to 25 cm) tall and wide

    Water and Fertilizer: during spring and summer when the plant is growing. A gentle spray with a liquid fertilizer done once a month

  • Aphids, spider mites, Grown as ground cover: Prone to cutworms living below the top of the soil. Powdery, mildew, root rot and other root diseases are caused by overwatering.

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