Description from White Flower Farm
Siberian Squill. A low-growing delight whose little flowers are the bluest of blues. This vigorous variety naturalizes readily, spreading by seed and offsets. Early spring.
Scillas have the agreeable habit of self-propagating freely in full sun or light shade and well-drained soil, living long, trouble-free lives. They naturalize readily in low grass or at the feet of deciduous trees and shrubs. The short stature of most makes them welcome at the front of a perennial border or in a rock garden as well.
- Common Name: Siberian Squill
- Hardiness Zone: 2-8 S / 2-9 W
- Height: 4-6″
- Deer Resistant: Yes
- Exposure: Full or Part Sun
- Blooms In: April
- Spacing: 3″
- Ships as: Bulb
Price indicated is for 50 Tubes.