Also called Spanish Bluebells or wood hyacinths. This mix is a lovely blend of the soft shades of pink, lavender, and white. They will add color and texture to your spring garden. They naturalize well in your perennial border or rock garden and grow equally well in flower pots on terraces or balconies. Scilla can be grown in sun or shade. Scilla Campanulata also has a sweet fragrance. They are taller than other types of scilla. These charming blossoms are perfect for naturalizing.
Spanish Bluebells – Scilla Campanulata (syn. Hyacinthoides Hispanica) is native to the western part of the Mediterranean. Spanish Bluebells grow approximately 12-15″ tall, flowering from May to June. They naturalize well in your perennial border or rock garden and grow equally well in flower pots on terraces or balconies in a sunny spot or in the shade. Plant Spanish Bluebells from September to December. These scilla bulbs are cultivated bulbs. Tip: Naturalising bulbs require no maintenance at all. Simply plant them, forget about them and enjoy a spectacular flower display year after year.