Scilla

Scilla or Squill is a large genus in the Hyacinthaceae family with most species found in Europe, North Africa and western to central Africa. Scilla Bulbs are great for borders and fast at naturalizing if left undisturbed. Scilla flower bulbs are perfect for manicured and natural gardens plus many are fragrant.
"SQUILL BULBS ARE ONE OF THE BEST IF IT COMES TO NATURALIZING"

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SCILLA - siberian squill FLOWER BULBS FROM HOLLAND

Scilla bulbs – the garden’s happy naturalisers

A carpet of scilla is a beautiful Spring sight – and due to the plant’s fast naturalizing capabilities, it is a relatively quick and easy effect to achieve in your own garden or landscape. Plant your Squill bulbs where they are free to roam and enjoy the spectacle as these lovely little flowers multiply year on year. When Scilla bulbs have really found their happy spot, they can naturalize by both bulb offsets (baby bulbs on the sides of the mother bulb you’ve planted) as well as by self-sowing seed.


Where to plant Scilla bulbs

A drift of Scilla bulbs looks wonderful when planted on a lawn, and a swathe of Scilla under a tree or at the edge of a woodland looks magical. Scilla or squill also lend themselves well to being scattered throughout a rock garden. To extend the Spring floral show, you can mix Scilla bulbs with other early Spring bulbs that spread, such as snowdrops, crocuses or glory-of-the-snow, which bloom a little earlier. Scilla bulbs are pretty versatile as they can also be planted in containers and pots, and look particularly beautiful when planted alongside other Spring bulb such as narcissus or daffodils. They have a delightful fragrance and also make a lovely cut flower, adding charm and perfume to any Spring bouquet or floral arrangement. 


Buy top-quality Scilla bulbs for shipping to the USA

For the best-quality Scilla or Squill bulbs for sale, browse the carefully selected top-sized bulbs available at DutchGrown™. We only supply top-sized bulbs for best performance.