When to Plant Squill

Blue Siberian Squill growing in Illinois image by Kelly Martin/commons.wikimedia.org

The Siberian squill (Scilla siberica) grows blue or white flowers in late winter or early spring on a plant averaging 6-8 in. tall. The best time to plant squill bulbs is in the fall.

Keywords: Siberian Squill, plant bulb, blue flowers, white flowers

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