Good morning, a Facebook friend of mine sent me some of these seeds in a seed swap. I've been doing some reading on growing them from seed and I'm going to give it a try. She had sent me a photo and they're the dark blue flowered ones so I'm pretty sure they're not the 'Spanish Bluebells'. My plan is to start them in some 1gal nursery pots I have inside the greenhouse and once germinated leave them in the pots but move outside to a large tree that provides lots of shade during the spring and summer through the fall. The only problem I foresee is the hot, dry Texas summer. One question I do have though is - in the wild these self-seed. When I put them in the pots do I leave the seeds on top or do I cover lightly? Hopefully if I can get these to germinate and then survive the 2 or 3yrs it takes them to produce bulbs and flower I'll still be around to enjoy them.