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Puschkinia, also known as "Striped Squill", are closely related to both Scilla and Chionodoxa and they date back to the early 19th century. Puschkinia are named after Count Apollos Apollosovich Mussin-Pushkin, an 18th century Russian plant collector and chemist who led a plant discovery expedition to the Middle East during the late 1700's where perhaps Puschkinias were discovered. The plants are native to the Middle East and the Caucasus. The 4-6" plants produce 1-10 tiny bluish-white star-shaped flowers in a raceme on a slender, erect stem. The plants are deer proof and good naturalizers. Plant 4" deep and 4" apart.

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