Scilla

Scilla

These members of the hyacinth family are not widely known outside a few of the more common varieties and the sight of scilla peruviana, the largest of the genus, in full flower, is still often met with astonishment. The scillas we offer are good doers in sun or a little shade, in well-drained soil. S. peruviana & hyacinthoides do need sufficient moisture in late winter/early spring to flower well.

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Scilla bifolia 'Rosea'
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Scilla bifolia 'Rosea'
This is the less common pink form of the well-known blue s.bifolia. The blooms are held in a loose, conical form, the individual buds opening into starry flowers from the base upwards. Flowering in spring at 4" (10cm).Bulb size 5+ cmPack of 15 bulbs for £3.50 Pack of 50 bulbs for 10.50
from £3.50
Scilla peruviana
Scilla peruviana
This mediterranean species produces a huge flowerhead of vivid violet-blue flowers above low-growing, fleshy leaves. Even before opening, the cone-shaped buds are stunning. Hardy bulb but do provide sun and excellent drainage. Ht. 10" (25cm). We offer top-sized bulbs, which should produce several flowers per bulb.Bulb size 20+ cmPack of 3 for £10.50
£10.50
Scilla peruviana 'White Moon'
Scilla peruviana 'White Moon'
The white flowered form of this mediterranean species is something of a rarity and most desirable. Even before opening, the cone-shaped buds are stunning. Hardy bulb but do provide sun and excellent drainage. Ht. 10" (25cm). We offer top-sized bulbs, which should produce several flowers per bulb.Bulb size 17+ cmPack of 3 for £10.50
£10.50
Scilla siberica 'Spring Beauty' AGM
Scilla siberica 'Spring Beauty' AGM
Darkest blue form of the species, suited to rock garden or semi-shaded border. Hardy bulb. Ht. 2-4" (5-10cm). Bulb Size 8/9 cmPack of 10 for £5.00  Pack of 30 for £13.50
from £4.50