This blue flower is a pretty little wildflower. Siberian Squill, also known as Siberian Siberica, is a very hardy plant; as the name suggests it even grows in Siberia. Plant these bulbs in waves in the garden or lawn. This flower looks great with early blooming Daffodils. The bulbs bloom in early spring. Hardiness Zones: 2-10. You receive 50 bulbs per order. This is a pre-order and will be available in early September.
Planting: This flower is extremely hardy, deer resistant, and easy to grow in moist well-drained soil. For best flowering, plant in the fall in full sun or partial shade. These flowers do best when planted 2-3 inches deep and a minimum of 2-4 inches apart.