Ledebouria

Ledebouria is a genus of 90 species of bulb-forming perennial herbs. The spring flowers are typically blue.
Ledebouria have been reclassified from Scilla.

CULTIVATION TIPS
Ledebouria grow best in partial shade with a well-drained soil mix. Allow to dry between waterings. The bulbs at the base of the plant must be above the soil.

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Ledebouria luteola Click here

A bulbous succulent with silvery grey leaves splashed with deep green spots. All parts of the plant are poisonous. (South Africa). Part sun/light shade.

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Ledebouria pauciflora Ledebouria pauciflora

Ledebouria pauciflora Click here

A bulbous succulent with silvery grey leaves splashed with deep green spots. All parts of the plant are poisonous. (South Africa). Part sun/light shade.

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Ledebouria socialis Ledebouria socialis

Ledebouria socialis Click here

‘Silver Squill’. (formerly Scilla violaceae). A bulbous succulent with strap-like leaves variegated dark cream and silver with purple undersides. All parts of the plant are poisonous. Violet flowers. Part sun/light shade.

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