Scilla natalensis seedlings. These seedlings are 3 years old. Blue Squill (e), Blouslangkop (a), inguduza (z). Very hardy, deciduous, bulbous plant with a basal rosette of broad, grey-green leaves. The long flowering spikes carry flowers in shades of misty blue and are borne in early summer. Plant in full sun or light shade either solitary or in clumps to make a show. Bulbs should be planted half above the ground. It is ideal for rockeries and makes a lovely container plant. Makes a wonderful display when planted with Bulbine natalensis that flowers at the same time with yellow flower spikes. One of our most important medicinal plants. Size 30 to 40cm.