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    Explore the Scilla collection - Spring Flowering bulbs

    With their easy planting and low maintenance requirements, these bulbs are perfect for both novice and experienced gardeners. Enhance your outdoor space with the timeless elegance of the Scillas collection, and immerse yourself in a sea of blooming wonders. 

    Embrace the beauty of nature as you explore our curated selection of Scilla Siberica and Scilla Tubergenica. These enchanting bulbs boast vibrant hues of blue and purple, adorning your landscape with delicate, bell-shaped flowers. With their easy planting and low maintenance requirements, these bulbs are perfect for both novice and experienced gardeners.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Scillas are best planted in the early fall or late summer, typically around September or October. These beautiful perennial bulbs thrive in well-drained soil and prefer a sunny or partially shaded location. Planting them in the autumn allows their roots to establish before the winter frost and dormancy sets in, ensuring a stronger start in the following spring.

    To plant Scillas, follow these simple steps for successful growth and blooming.

    • First, choose a location with well-drained soil and partial shade.
    • Dig a hole that is three times deeper than the height of the bulb.
    • Place the bulb in the hole with the pointed end facing upward.
    • Gently cover the bulb with soil and water thoroughly.
    Plant multiple bulbs together for a stunning display.
    • Scillas prefer moist soil, so water regularly but avoid overwatering.

    In spring, enjoy the beautiful blooms of Scillas, which come in shades of blue, pink, or white.

    When planting Scilla bulbs, it's important to ensure proper depth for optimal growth and blooming. Plant the bulbs approximately 3-4 inches deep in well-draining soil. This depth allows the bulbs to establish strong roots while still receiving adequate moisture and nutrients from the soil. Be sure to space the bulbs about 2-3 inches apart to allow for proper growth and development. By planting Scilla bulbs at the recommended depth, you'll provide them with the best conditions to thrive and produce beautiful flowers in your garden.

    The best place to plant Scilla bulbs is in well-drained soil with partial to full sunlight exposure. These charming perennial flowers thrive in a variety of locations, including garden borders, rock gardens, and woodland areas. Scilla species, such as Scilla siberica or Scilla campanulata, are perfect for adding vibrant pops of color to your landscape.

    Scilla flowers thrive in partial shade to full sun conditions. These lovely blooms prefer a balance between sunlight and shade to flourish. While they can tolerate full sun, providing some shade during the hottest part of the day can prevent wilting and sunburn. Scilla flowers appreciate well-drained soil that retains moisture, making them suitable for both garden beds and containers. When planting, choose a location that receives morning sunlight and afternoon shade, or dappled sunlight throughout the day. This ideal balance will ensure vibrant and healthy Scilla flowers, adding beauty to your garden or landscape.

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