What is Spanish bluebell
Scilla campanulata, scientific name: Hyacinthoides hispanica , is in the Iberian Peninsula origin and a cold resistance bulbous plant of the , Asparagaceae Department , of the Hyacinthoides genera. Draw out racemes at the end of the spring, upright stem and elongated cylindrical open bell-shaped tip, 10 of cute florets. Non script species in the genus Prunus (H. non-scriptae), are the two major mainstream hyacinthoides Hispanica species (Hyacinthoides hispanica). The bell-shaped petals are six and 6 crack the tip. Both are used in flower beds and pots, bonsai!, etc.. Non script representative varieties is the common Bluebell. Hyacinthoides Hispanica species representative cultivars in this species, also known as Scilla campanulata. Non script seed stalk whereas thin flexes, Hispanica species are erect herbaceous and is slightly thicker. As for the non script type, tepal leans back,whereas the Hispanica type does not lean back.
Generic name: Spanish bluebell. scientific name: Hyacinthoides hispanica, also known as:Spanish bluebell , Schiller campanulata ,Bell flowered squil, Scilla hispanica Mill , origin: Iberian Peninsula, Living type: hardy perennial bulbs, plant height: 30-50 cm, root leaf shape: linear, leaf length: 10 ~ 25 cm, leaf width: 5 cm, stem length: 20-40 cm and flowers: racemes, Crown-shaped Bell, inflorescence length 5 cm, floral print long:0.5cm, flower color: pale blue (base form), pale pink, white, purple, Flowering period: April-May, fruit type: capsule and ripens fruit, fruit-shaped egg down spherical, fruit diameter:0.5cm, bulb-shaped ovoid, bulb diameter: 2-3 cm