Scilla Peruviana - A spectacular variety, native to the West of the Mediterranean.
Striking dark green foliage, with showstopping blooms - Each stem has a cone of around 50 small blooms, making this quite the spectacle.
Flowers for around 3 weeks, and is generally after Tulips and Daffodils have finished - making a great addition to your Spring garden.
Peruviana will tolerate full sun, but would prefer part shade.
Scilla, also known as Bluebells, are the ideal Bulb for Naturalizing - they are hardy wee things, that enjoy part shade. Perfect for undertree plantings.
Not that long ago these bulbs were known mostly as Scilla…. The name has moved on a bit, but shrubs and summer-flowering perennials will still be brightened up by planting these lovely bulbs in among them. And the big benefit is their ability to multiply every year.
There are two types of Bluebells - English Bluebells, and the more common variety found in New Zealand, the Spanish Bluebells. Spanish Bluebells grow much easier in our climate, hence why you’ll see a lot more of these than the English version.
For a full overview of how to plant Scillas visit our Gardeners Guide.