Friday, September 09, 2005

Autumn Squill

Some of the most rewarding flowers are to be found in spring or (early) autumn (IMHO). Scilla autumnalis made the 70 mile trip to Brixham quite worthwhile (and I got Goldilocks Aster as well - very local near here I am told but I've never found it).

The Scilla is a beautiful little gem that grows abundantly on the cliff tops of the area - and apparently its spring flowering cousin should be there next spring.

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