Highly vigorous, hardy, and completely care free! Just plant and forget them until they pop up in early spring. 4" high, they open chalice-form blooms - blue with white feathering and a yellow base. Tuck them into rock gardens, mix among tulips, daffs, and hyacinths. Planted closely in casual groups, they'll naturalize readily and multiply each year to create drifts of spring color. It's also fun to plant them here and there on a lawn. They'll pop up right through the grass. Full sun or partial shade.