Scilla siberica (Siberian squill) - Stinzenplant

€3,50  (25 bulbs)
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Dispatch: October (flowerbulb planting time)
In March the Siberian squill (Scilla siberica) flowers and the stinzen-meadow at De Warande, our garden, becomes a sea of blue. The flowers attract many bees and bumblebees. Scilla siberica is ideal for naturalising in a sunny or partially shaded spot, under deciduous trees or in grass. Siberian squill is native to Russia, Turkey and to northern Iran.

Scilla siberica is beautiful in combination with: Corydalis solida (Fumewort), Anemone nemorosa (Wood anemone), Anemone ranunculoides (Yellow anemone), and Narcissus 'Tête-à-Tête'.
Flowers: March/early April
Colour: blue
Height: 10 cm
Aspect: no preference
Soil type: no preferences
Planting period: autumn
Planting depth: three times the diameter of the bulb
Type: bulb for naturalising, stinzenplant
Origin: Russia, Turkey, northern Iran
Bulb size: 8/+ cm (circumference)
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