The silver squill is one tough and unique little plant. Native to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, it grows in dry savannas and is able to store moisture in its bulb-like stems. It is not a true succulent, as it is related to hyacinth—but has the drought tolerance of the group. During summer time, pink stems will arise, producing greenish flowers. Leaves have almost polka dot or exotic animal print type pattern.
Requires very bright, but indirect light. Can be grown indoors and outdoors (zones 10-11). *(Referenced from website gardeningknowhow)
You are purchasing one individual plant (offshoot—but with its own root system), these are rapid growers and will continue to produce multiple bulbs. The individual plants at this time are about 1” in height. This little guy will arrive to you in a nice cloth sack/container with small amount of soil for shipping.
Smaller than I thought a 4” would be. Cute plant. Just not what I was expecting. Shipping costly for such a small plant.
4 days ago by Michelle
This is my husbands favorite!
Jun 16, 2017 by Jonnie Newara
Teeny tiny plant and bulb that looks to be in good health! All shipped quickly and packaged with care.