Macaronesian Blue Bells are beautiful, easily grown bulbous plants, native of the Canary Islands and Madeira. They prefer a sunny position in any well drained soil with sufficient watering when plants are in green. In winter keep plants in full sun at a minimum of some 10°C. Keep bulbs completely dry with yellowing of leaves, which is usually by the end of spring to mid summer.
Sow Canary Scilla species at 10°C to 20°C under protected glass from early autumn to late spring, seeds will only germinate in autumn and winter, regardless date of sowing. Keep always frostfree at a minimum of some 10°C in a sunny spot with regular watering.
10 seeds per package.
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