Squill Planting Instructions

Squill

 

 Squill flowers are an excellent for naturalizing beneath trees that lose their leaves, where it will form drifts of singing  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.   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