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Scilla / Hyacithoides (Bluebells)

Scilla Bulbs

There are many different species of Scilla; we carry 4 types of them.  All are small late winter to early spring blooming bulbs that are hardy and grow well in colder climates.  They naturalize very well under trees, shrubs and in the grass.  
Scilla Siberica can easily be forced and naturalize very well. 

Hyacinthoides, 'Spanish Bluebells' or 'Wood Hyacinths' - have bell-shaped flowers. May.

Hyacinthoides Excelsior (Spanish Bluebells)

Hyacinthoides Excelsior (Spanish Bluebells)
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Hyacinthoides Excelsior (‘Spanish Bluebells’) have blue violet flowers with darker blue midveins on thick stems with lush foliage. Scilla Campanulata are ideal for growing in the open. 

Size: 9/10 cm.
Plant: 3 Bulb Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: 3-4”
Height: 8-12"
Zone: 4-8
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny


Hyacinthoides Alba (Spanish Bluebells)

Hyacinthoides Alba (Spanish Bluebells)
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Hyacinthoides Alba – White Spanish Bluebells – light up any area and are great for a moon garden.

Size: 9/10 cm.
Plant: 3 Bulb Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: 3-4”
Height: 8-12"
Zone: 4-8
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny


Hyacinthoides Rosea (Spanish Bluebells)

Hyacinthoides Rosea (Spanish Bluebells)
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Hyacinthoides Rosea is the pink form of Spanish Bluebells.

Size: 9/10 cm.
Plant: 3 Bulb Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: 3-4”
Height: 8-12"
Zone: 4-8
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny

Hyacinthoides Mixed (Spanish Bluebells)

Hyacinthoides Mixed (Spanish Bluebells)
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Hyacinthoides Mixed is a mixture of blue, pink and white Spanish Bluebells.

Size: 9/10 cm.
Plant: 3 Bulb Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: 3-4”
Height: 8-12"
Zone: 4-8
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny

English Bluebells (Hyacinthoides Non-Scripta)

English Bluebells (Hyacinthoides Non-Scripta)
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English Bluebells non scripta are dark blue bell-shaped pendulous flowers on 16” stems. Also known as the Wild Hyacinth, they will come back year after year and are very tolerant of wet soils. Honey scented. Plant in masses.

Size: 9/10 cm.
Plant: 3 Bulbs Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: 3-4”
Height: 16-18"
Zone: 4-8
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny

Peruviana - Round, baseball-sized clusters of medium blue or white flowers.  Does well in shade.  Peruviana is native to the Mediterranean region.  May.

Scilla Peruviana

Scilla Peruviana
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Scilla Peruviana have 6” globes composed of over 100 compact lavender-blue flowers. Goes by many names: Peruvian Lily, Cuban Lily (although it’s from neither country), hyacinthaceae, and Giant Squill. Flowers will last eight weeks. Doesn’t like to be moved. Not frost hardy, but can make a great potted plant. Plant the bulb with its neck at soil level.

Size: 16/+ cm.
Plant: 1 Bulb Per Sq Ft or in a 6” pot
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: -6”
Height: 12-16"
Zone: 8-10
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny

Scilla Peruviana White Moon

Scilla Peruviana White Moon
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Scilla Peruviana White Moon is the rarer white form of Scilla peruviana with large heads up to 4 inches.  Even before they open, their cone-shaped buds are stunning.

Size: 16/+ cm.
Plant: 1 Bulb Per Sq Ft or in a 6” pot
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: -6”
Height: 12-16"
Zone: 8-10
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny

Siberica - Nodding, bell-shaped flowers.  Hardy and deer and squirrel resistant.  Bloom shortly after the Snow Crocuses.

Scilla Siberica Blue

Scilla Siberica Blue
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Scilla Siberica Blue – or ‘Spring Squill’– have violet-blue open bells that are borne in loose clusters. They spread readily and will make a carpet of blue over timeplant in masses of 100 for best effect.

Size: 6/+ cm.
Plant: 10 Bulb Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Early Spring
Planting Depth: 3-4”
Height: 4-6"
Zone: 3-8
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny

Scilla Siberica Alba

Scilla Siberica Alba
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Scilla Siberica Alba consists of pure white loosely formed starry flowers that droop like bells. Like Siberica Blue, it grows well in containers.

Size: 6/+ cm.
Plant: 10 Bulb Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Early Spring
Planting Depth: 3-4”
Height: 4-6"
Zone: 3-8
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny
Tubergeniana (mischtschenkoana) - Terminal spikes of flowers with long, narrow, mid-green clump-forming leaves.    March/April.

Scilla Tubergeniana

Scilla Tubergeniana
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Scilla Tubergeniana has pale blue to white flowers petals with darker blue midribs. This little Scilla has several excellent features: it's the first Scilla to come into bloom, it will tolerate quite a bit of shade, and it has a very long blooming period. It will also tolerate periods of summer drought. It is one of the shortest of the Scillas.

Size: 6/+ cm.
Plant: 10 Bulb Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Early Spring
Planting Depth: 3-4”
Height: 6"
Zone: 5-8
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny

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