Scillia brightening Spring

Taken in the garden around Cabot's Tower in Bristol/ This little patch of flowers lit up a small part of the garden by the Tower.
The plant species is in the family Asparagaceae, native to southwestern Russia, the Caucasus, and Turkey. They can be mistaken for bluebells
Ref:
Date:
22/05/13
Location:
Bristol, England
Photographer:
Craig Williams
Scillia brightening Spring

Scillia brightening Spring

Taken in the garden around Cabot's Tower in Bristol/ This little patch of flowers lit up a small part of the garden by the Tower.
The plant species is in the family Asparagaceae, native to southwestern Russia, the Caucasus, and Turkey. They can be mistaken for bluebells
Ref:
Date:
22/05/13
Location:
Bristol, England
Photographer:
Craig Williams