Indian Hyacinth - Camassia caerulea - 4 Bulbs - Very Hardy - 14/+ cm Bulbs
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This camass is a spring-flowering bulbous perennial that typically grows in moist mountain meadows west of the Cascades and Sierras from British Columbia to southern California. Star-shaped flowers in terminal racemes (20-80 flowers per raceme) open sequentially from bottom to top on stout, naked flowering stems that rise to a height of 2.5-4’ tall in late spring. Linear, strap-shaped leaves (up to 2’ long) form a 2’ clump of foliage. Flowers in this species may be white, cream, blue or purple, all with attractive yellow anthers. Good fresh cut flower.