How to Properly Plant and Care for Silver Squill

How to Properly Plant and Care for Silver Squill --  Silver squill is the solution if you're a beginner an are looking for a hardy, robust houseplant. This South African plant from the dry savanna is regarded as a vibrant and gorgeous plant. However, this plant can also thrive in the warm climate. The best time to plant it is in the spring. Can grow to be 6 to 10 inches tall as adults and toxic to both people and animals.

Care for silver squill


Despite being regarded as an easy-care plant, it requires a period of winter rest and less watering. It can go into a natural dormant state by reducing water. Can be grown both insider and outside.



This silver squill plant requires bright indirect sunlight for at least 3 - 4 hours every day in order to thrive. If it grows in a closed fir forest, itss natural habitat, put it somewhere shaded.



Even though they are regarded as being as drought-tolerant as succulents, silver squills require very little watering. Before watering, let the soil's surface dry out. In the winter, when this plant will be in a resting phase, it's crucial to keep in mind not to overwater.



Grows well in rocky, humus-rich, or sandy soil. With a pH between 6 and 8. What matters most is well-drained soil.

Thermodynamics and humidity


For using ornamental soil when growing silver squill indoors. The ambient temperature is suitable. Best at 60 degrees or higher in temperature. This silver squill can also endure winter temperatures of about 30 F.



Use a balanced liquid fertilizer every two month and fertilize this plant in the spring and summer to ensure that growth is sustained and lasts longer.

Dividing silver squill plants


This plant can be grown from seeds, but this method has a slow and erratic rate of success. So, the best method is to spread the plant using tuber clusters.

- Once the flowers have faded, carefully remove the plant from its container.
- Carefully break the tuber with your finger while using it. Each section should be replanted in a garden or container.
- This plant can grow in pots, with a maximum of two bulbs in a 5 to 6 inch pot.
- Water thoroughly and keep in a location with enough partial light.

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