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Scilla bifolia 'Rosea'

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Scilla bifolia 'Rosea'

alpine squill

Asparagaceae

Form
bulbous/cormous
Stems
herbaceous
Foliage
deciduous
Longevity
perennial
Hardiness
hardy
Origin
species native to Europe
Bed Accession
Number
Date
Received
Received
As
Date
Planted
Size
Planted
Quantity
Planted
Date
Measured
Height
F07 131347 12/13/2013 bulb 1/14/2014 bulb 20
F08 131347 12/13/2013 bulb 3/29/2016 bulb 1
GB4 131347 12/13/2013 bulb 1/15/2014 bulb 30
MBg 131347 12/13/2013 bulb 1/18/2014 bulb 10
MBg 131347 12/13/2013 bulb 1/18/2014 bulb 10
MBg 131347 12/13/2013 bulb 1/18/2014 bulb 10
Bed
F07
Accession Number
131347
Date Received
12/13/2013
Received As
bulb
Date Planted
1/14/2014
Size Planted
bulb
Quantity Planted
20
Bed
F08
Accession Number
131347
Date Received
12/13/2013
Received As
bulb
Date Planted
3/29/2016
Size Planted
bulb
Quantity Planted
1
Bed
GB4
Accession Number
131347
Date Received
12/13/2013
Received As
bulb
Date Planted
1/15/2014
Size Planted
bulb
Quantity Planted
30
Bed
MBg
Accession Number
131347
Date Received
12/13/2013
Received As
bulb
Date Planted
1/18/2014
Size Planted
bulb
Quantity Planted
10
Bed
MBg
Accession Number
131347
Date Received
12/13/2013
Received As
bulb
Date Planted
1/18/2014
Size Planted
bulb
Quantity Planted
10
Bed
MBg
Accession Number
131347
Date Received
12/13/2013
Received As
bulb
Date Planted
1/18/2014
Size Planted
bulb
Quantity Planted
10