Botany Photo of the Day will have brief written entries on weekends, holidays and my vacations from April through September. – Daniel
Thanks once again to Rosa, aka contemplar@Flickr, for another photograph for BPotD (original | alternate | BPotD Flickr Group Pool). If you visit Rosa’s weblog, Blog De Cheiros, you’ll find this post with photographs of this species before it blooms.
Sea squill is native to sandy, coastal areas along the Mediterranean (but it is also widely cultivated). It is poisonous, and known to have rodenticidal and anti-insect properties.