Also known as Blue Squill, this perennial herb flowers in spring and is widespread and common in woodland and heathland. Tufted basal leaves usually lie flat on the ground. Clusters of two to ten bright blue flowers with three petals and three sepals are on slender-branched stalks to 15cm tall.
Available at indigenous nurseries.
Description and pictures care of Margaret MacDonald (Flowers of Anglesea and Aireys Inlet, ANGAIR, 2009).