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Triteleia
Triteleia 'Queen Fabiola' (also known as 'Brociaea') are great in the border but require a protected, yet open, sunny spot in the garden and dry feet in the summer.  They make excellent cut flowers and work well in containers to enjoy on your deck or patio.  May/June.


Queen Fabiola Triteleia

Queen Fabiola Triteleia
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Triteleia Queen Fabiola have clusters of sweet blue star-shaped flowers with darker midveins. Also called ‘Fools Onion’ (but sweet-smelling!) they are perfect for naturalizing. Good for forcing too.

Size: 6/+ cm.
Plant: 5 Bulb Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: 2”
Height: 16-20"
Zone: 6-10
Exposure: Sunny
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