The flower of the Scilla Peruviana grows from a large bulb. Also known as Peruvian Lily, the plant grows wild in Southern Europe and in North Africa. Like many other bulbous plants, the Scilla can be placed indoors or outside, preferably in a sunny spot. However, the Peruvian Lily does not enjoy the frost, so it is best to cover it whenever a severe frost threatens. This can be done for example with a layer of leaves. Ensure the Scilla's soil remains damp to the touch, but never place the plant in a pool of water.
- Keep damp, compost must not dry out.
- Suitable as garden plant in spring.
- Light, sunny spot.