Scilla bifolia is also known as Scilla Taurica, Scilla bifolia var. taurica, Alpine Squill, or Early Spring Squill. It is part of the Asparagaceae family of plants. It is a bulbous perennial. Scilla bifolia is native to Europe and the Caucasus.
It has narrow basal leaves. It has star-shaped flowers. It produces flowers on erect stems. Violet-blue racemes of flowers appear in spring. Scilla bifolia grows to 15cm or 6in.
Plant Scilla bifolia 10cm or 4in deep. Plant in humus-rich and fertile and well-drained soil. Plant Scilla bifolia in late summer or in early autumn. Propagate by seed. Though they are generally pest-free they are susceptible to a virus. It is deer-resistant. It is also rodent-resistant. Scilla bifolia is easy to naturalize. Eating could cause discomfort.