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Hyacinthoides lingulata is a species of bulbous plant that lives in North Africa, from Morocco to Tunisia.<ref name="Grundmann">Template:Cite journal</ref> It is widespread in short grass and agricultural fields, flowering in autumn when the rains begin. The flowers are generally paler than the common bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta), but have a similar scent.<ref name=Riley2010>Template:Cite journal</ref>
Its leaves are not fully hardy, and it is usually grown under glass in the British Isles, where it requires a dry rest in summer and watering from early September until it dies back in May.<ref name=Riley2010/>
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