Scilla Siberica Blue
- Scientific Name:
- Plant Type:
- Sun to Part Shade
- Hardiness Zones:
- 2 through 8 Find Your Zone
- When to Plant:
- Bloom Time:
- Early Spring
- Planting Depth:
- Plant 3" deep
- 25 bulbs
- Grows 4-6" tall
- Space 3" apart
- Suitable Zones:
- 2 through 8
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I planted these in a less than ideal place and they all came up with a good display. It's a great one for naturalizing in tough spots.
Loved these delicate early blue woodland stars visible out our back window before much else was blooming. We intermingled them with soft yellow Romance crocuses and pink hellebores to provide early flowers for pollinators. Can’t wait to see them spread over time!
Totally forgot I planted these until they popped up! I’m loving them! I will definitely be purchasing more and looking forward to them spreading! We have terrible deer pressure and the deer have left them alone.
They are so sweet and looking great in my pot!
I planted my bulbs in 3 different places around my yard and unfortunately the squirrels thought they were tasty, so I only got to see a few small flowers from the bulbs. The little bit I saw was pretty, and I want to try them again with a gage around them next time!
I love these plants! I completely forgot that I had planted them in the fall so when they popped up, they were a delightful surprise. And the deer that live in our cul-de-sac didn't eat them!! These are a lovely early bloomer for my garden. The color and petiteness are a welcome first sign of spring.
These are sweet little early spring flowers that brightened my garden so nicely. I hope they spread, but if not, I'll definitely buy more. They do tend to fall over from their own weight, but they are very cute anyway!
Scilla siberica were also very good!