An excellent cut flower as well as a garden or container standout, Siberian Squill is unpalatable to deer and other nibbling creatures, very cold tolerant, and a snap to grow. Each bulb sends up 3 or 4 flowering shoots, and each of these shoots in turn produces up to 3 blooms, so even a single plant is a bouquet of color!
Expect your Scilla to reach 4 to 8 inches high and wide, increasing a bit the second and third year. All it really needs is well-drained soil and at least half a day of sunshine to flourish triumphantly for years. What could be easier? Zones 3-8.