In March, most meadows color blue, because of the stunning flower bulbs of the Scilla Siberica. One of the most exciting things of the beginning of spring, is the green grass fields turning into spring flower meadows. Gardeners who love to add colour to their beddings, borders or yards, should definitely add Scilla Siberica flower bulbs to their collection. If planted in the right spot, they will naturalize and form a carpet of stunning blue flowers in no-time. About the Scilla Siberica
- Plant the Scilla Siberica from August to December.
- The plant blooms from March to the beginning of April.
- The flowers grow up to 4? (10 cm) high.
- The bulbs need to be planted 6? (15 cm) deep.
- The Scilla Siberica comes from Siberia, that?s why it?s called Scilla Siberica.
- The flower bulbs are hardy and survive the toughest winter.
Very Early to Early Spring
Shade, Sun, Sun/Shade
100 Bulbs per Bag
Deer Resistant, Naturalizing