We've made this collection due to the highly sought after color of blue naturalized bulbs in the garden. Planting bulbs in large sweeps also known as planting en masse will provide the most impact of color in the garden. All of the bulbs in this collection can be naturally planted together to create a river of blue in the garden. To read more about using blue shades in the garden read our Bulb Blog article here:
The bright blue flowers of the Siberian Squill (or Scilla) are one of the very first of the spring blooming bulbs to brighten up the landscape. Growing only 4-8" tall, these little wonders will grow wonderfully along a wooded edge or in a flowerbed border. Try planting them under a tree where you can't get grass to grow and be amazed!
The bright purple flowers of the Striped Squill (Puschkinia Libanotica) are one of the very first of the spring blooming bulbs to brighten up the landscape. They carry a slight sweet fragrance and work great for mass planting and naturalizing. Try planting these in your "hard to grow" lawn areas for a nice groudcover effect!
Try this Jumbo Pack and discover how great these flowers look in mass plantings!