I plan to start posting more regularly in the future once my fairly new plant collection has matured enough to start producing offspring (seeds, cuttings, etc.), but for now I already have some Scilla Siberica seeds to give away, and now's the time to sow them :)
They can be sown in pots or in the ground and after that they pretty much take care of themselves (except for maybe a watering every now and then when it's hot and dry). Keep in mind that it will take a year or two before they start blooming, but after that they return each year and in growing numbers! They bloom early spring (march/april) and attract bees and other insects for a meal.
Let me know of you're interested!