5 years to reach maturity
Siberian Squill Overview
This is a low-growing plant with an upright habit with medium green leaves. The flowers are pale to deep lavender-blue and profuse, and will appear in the late winter to early spring.
How to propagate Siberian Squill
You should divide in late summer when clumps become crowded.
Propagate from seed in autumn.
Other uses of Siberian Squill
Naturaliser, rock garden, ground cover, walls