Scilla Flower Bulbs
Spiky foliage and star-shaped blooms appear in early spring
Scilla (Squill) is a beautiful, low-growing plant that produces spiky blooms in early spring. Use these cool-toned, star-shaped flowers to create a spreading groundcover in full-sun to part-shade areas, including underneath deciduous trees. Deer and squirrel-resistant, Scilla pairs beautifully with early daffodils and other warm-toned spring blooms. Extremely easy to grow.
Vivid blue bell-shaped flowers emerge in early spring, sometimes even through the snow. This little wildflower easily naturalizes in woodlands and looks great around trees and shrubs...Learn MoreSiberian Squill Siberian Squill Scilla sibericaAs low as $7.99 Sale $5.99Per Bag of 15Vivid blue bell-shaped flowers emerge in early spring, sometimes even through the snow. This little wildflower easily naturalizes in woodlands and looks great around trees and shrubs. Pair with other early spring-blooming bulbs like snow crocus, snowdrops, and early-blooming daffodils. (Scilla siberica)
White Squill marks winter‚s end with showy spikes of star-shaped blooms, each petal with a blue stripe down the center to lend flowers a delicate elegance. These award-winning ...Learn MoreWhite Squill White Squill Scilla mischtschenkoana Tubergeniana$12.65 Sale $9.48Per Bag of 15White Squill marks winter's end with showy spikes of star-shaped blooms, each petal with a blue stripe down the center to lend flowers a delicate elegance. These award-winning bulbs are easy to grow with loose spikes of long blooming flowers from late winter through early spring. (Scilla mischtschenkoana or Tubergeniana)
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