Scilla siberica or Siberian Squill is also known by other common names such as Wood Squill. It belongs to the Asparagaceae family of plants. It is native to Southern Russia (not native to Siberia as the name might suggest) and the Caucasus and Northwest Iran. It is a bulbous perennial that blooms in early spring. The flowers are bell-shaped on racemes and true blue. It grows to 20cm or 8in. The plan is blue as well. After flowering, it produces seed pods that turn to purplish color before they open. The seeds are black.
Scilla Siberica has narrow strap-shaped leaves. Plant it in the sun or partial shade in humus-rich, and fertile but well-drained soil. The bulbs should be planted about 10cm or 4in deep. Propagate Scilla Siberica by seed or divide new offsets in winter.