As its name implies, Scilla siberica (originally from Siberia) is quite cold hardy (zones 5 to 8). Scilla siberica has 1/2″ dark blue flowers that hang downward on 4″ to 6″ delicate, dark stems. The flowers appear in early spring. This perennial bulb prefers full sun to part shade and well-drained soil. Planting depth: 3″ to 4″. Space bulbs 1″ to 4″ apart.
- Height: 3" – 6"
- Width: 3" – 6"
- Soil Conditions: Moist/Well Drained
- Flower Color: Blue
- Bloom Time: March, April
- Hardiness Zone: 2 To 7
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Plant Characteristics - Scilla siberica
- Sun to Part Shade
- 3" to 6"
- Moist/Well Drained