October 2012
Daily Mail;10/27/2012, p76
You can still enjoy gardening even if you've only got a window box. Here, Constance Craig Smith shows you how to grow your own scillas WHY GROW THEM? Also known as squill, scillas are easy to grow and cheap to buy, and will provide you with a haze of gorgeously intense blue flowers from March to late April.


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