£4.50 – £34.00
Scilla ‘Peruviana’ Hardy. Clump forming. Evergreen. Perennial. These large bulbs need sandy, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. The plant only becomes dormant for roughly one month during late July through to August. The foliage is up by October growing to a height of 1 foot-tall carrying through to flowering time which is during late May- June. They are perfect for beds, front borders and containers. A must have for all gardeners, the flowers are an electric blue with bright yellow stamens.
Top size bulbs 20up
1 bulb, 3 bulbs, 9 bulbs
Plant: September-October, twice the depth of the bulb. Spacing 15 cm. Flowers May -June. Height 20-25 cm.
Hardy. Perennial. Needs moist but well-drained soil, prefers full sun or light shade. They are ideal for most parts of the garden, front borders in particular. Can also be grown in large pots roughly one bulb per 5 Litre pot. Feed with a slow release fertilizer.
Propagate: When clumps are overcrowded, by dividing in August, store in a cool dark place and replant in the autumn