Nectaroscordum siculum (is a perennial herbaceous bulb with white and dark pink flowers in early Summer. The flowers are , , , ) arranged in a inflorescence.
|Scientific classifications [Edit]|
|Specific epithet ?||siculum|
|Synonyms (other names)||[Edit]|
|Sicilian Garlic (Ireland), Ornamental Onion (Ireland), Sicilian Honey Lily (Ireland), Mediterranean Bells (Ireland)|
References  ?
- When planting a border for the first time to create a display, always place the taller plants at the back and plant in odd numbered groups e.g. groups of 3 or 5 etc. If it's not 100% herbaceous, try to distribute some evergreen plants in the border so you are not left with big gaps in Winter.
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