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.
- If planted on the right spot, and left undisturbed, the flowers will increase and cover meadows in no-time.