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Siberian Squill

Scilia sibirica


Woodland near a river.


While these flowers are pretty to see out in the forest, they are an invasive species in the U.S. They are garden escapees that have become common in the northeast U.S. but are really native to Russia. According to the website I posted here, they are not useful plants for local wildlife like deer and shrews.

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jeslowery 6 years ago

Thanks Mark! Yeah, that name is cool. lol.

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 6 years ago

Very pretty stuff. ( love the word 'squill' too :-)

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