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The sea squill, għansar in Maltese, is a perennial plant that flowers at the end of summer when few if any other plants are in bloom.
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Ten tips for gardeners
Watch for blooms of early spring bulbs, such as daffodils, squill, crocus, dwarf iris and snowdrops. * Remove old asparagus and rhubarb tops and sidedress the plants with nitrogen or manure. Plant or transplant asparagus, rhubarb and small fruit plants.

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