Scilla siberica

Scientific name: Scilla siberica


Common names: “Siberian squill”

Plant Type: Bulb


Zone: 2-8

Light: Full sun – light shade

Exposure: Exposed or sheltered

Soil: Any soil, prefers less clay

Moisture: Well drained


Plant Size: H 4″-12″ W 4″-12″

Leaf and Stem shape: Narrow strap-shaped leaves and purplish stems

Flower: Short racemes with 2-5 nodding, bowl-shaped bright blue flowers

Pruning: None

Maintenance: Low, plant bulbs 8-10cm deep in late summer or early autumn, can be planted close together for bunched look, or in larger drifts, leave to naturalize

Landscape use: Flower beds, under shrubs, borders and edging

Propagate: By bulb offset and seed

Pests & Disease: None in Victoria

Comments: Clear blue colour goes will with everything ~AGM winner



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