Puschkinia scilloides v. libanotica
From humble beginnings great things can happen. We have all seen pictures of vast expanses in lawns or beds, under trees and in gardens of carpets of color from spring bulbs that have burst into bloom. Today I planted a small sack of small bulbs, the Striped Squill. It is a petite thing with striped ice blue flowers and has been called a naturalizer or even invasive by others. If these Squill should like it here, will I perhaps live long enough to see this small sack turn into a carpet of cool ice blue?
One of the generous gifts from Hank of A Lake County Point Of View, there is still a treasure trove of seeds to go through, I planted these bulbs on the opposite side of the garden path from where I planted the other blue flowering Scilla bulbs from Elizabeth at Garden Rant. Both of these blue bulbs are touted as vigorous naturalizers and self seeders. One day perhaps each will cross the path and they might mingle with each other in harmony.