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Blue Squill Planting Instructions

Blue Squill


Blue squill is excellent for naturalizing beneath trees that lose their leaves, where it will form drifts of singing blue bells in early spring. Squill needs a few years to really hit its stride. Try it with early daffodils such as Tete-a-Tete. Squill are easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil. Plant Squill in full sun to part shade. Plant Squill bulbs 2-3" deep.  Tough, extremely cold hardy, low-maintenance plants.  Blue Squill will naturalize easily by bulb offshoots and self-seeding.

 Deer and Rodent Resistant

Color:  Blue

Bulb Size: 7-8 cm

Height:  6 inches

Bloom Time:  Early

Sun / Shade:Sun

Hardiness Zones:All