Puschkinia libanotica produces sprays of silvery, light blue blooms with a deep blue midvein, atop a pair of narrow upright leaves. This plant thrives in moist conditions but should be placed in well drained areas. Easily combines with early daffodils, crocuses, chionodoxa, and scilla. Wonderful addition to sunny to partially sunny areas in beds, borders, gardens, rock or gravel gardens, underplanting and pots. Very suitable for naturalizing under trees and shrubs.