Attractive when planted in drifts; being dwarf and compact they are also effective in borders. Excellent naturalisers. Likes humus rich soil.
(Squill). Dainty little heads of deep blue flowers. Excellent naturaliser.
RHS Award of Garden Merit.
Scilla Bifolia Rosea has flowers of pale lilac to lavender blue, leaves spinach-green.
(Squill). Delicate light blue flowers with darker stripes down each petal.
(Squill). A most attractive variety, producing heads of numerous star-shaped flowers of violet blue.
(Squill). These light blue, bell-shaped flowers are quick to naturalise forming a carpet in sun or shade.
Scilla Siberica Alba.
(Squill). Wonderful pure white flowers, an excellent variety for naturalising.
Scilla Siberica Spring Beauty.
(Squill). A succession of larger striking bright blue flowers. Very robust.
Scilla Siberica Mixed.
(Squill). A balanced mixture of Siberica Spring Beauty and Siberica Alba.