The Scilla I posted a picture of last month is finished blooming for this year. The flowers themselves grew quite tall, or at least taller than I expected. They were a little over a foot at their greatest height. Once the blooms were spent, I allowed the foliage to remain until it turned yellow and limp. I cleaned the bulb and it is stored in a net bag in the basement until it's warm enough outside to put it in the ground, where it can gain nutrients and build strength for next year's blooms. I'll have to lift it this fall, since it isn't hardy to zone 5.
Before the blooming was over, I captured this detail of one of the beautiful blue blooms. It's hard to tell the size of things here, but if you took a ruler and placed one edge of it at the yellow anther on the left and measured to a yellow anther directly across from it on the right, it would be no more than half an inch. Considering that, how small do you think the moisture bubbles in this picture are? And don't the filaments remind you of those blue teething rings filled with water that they make for babies?