Scilla siberica is a bulbous perennial. They also call it Siberian Squill or 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.
Scilla siberica has narrow strap-shaped leaves. It blooms in early spring. The flowers are bell-shaped. They grow on racemes and they are true blue. It grows to 20cm or 8in tall. Seedpods follow the flowers. They turn to a purple color before they open. The seeds inside are black.
How to grow Scilla Siberica:
Grow it in the sun or partial shade. Plant it in humus-rich, fertile but well-drained soil. Plant the bulbs about 10cm or 4in deep. Propagate Scilla Siberica by seed or divide new offsets in winter.