This flower is also known as Leichtlin's camass, caerulea means sky blue. This charming plant has linear leaves around a tall and straight stem with clusters of deep blue star-shaped flowers with a little green button in the heart. The flowers open successively from the top downwards. It is a superstar in combination with grasses. It brings a natural look to your garden if you plant single bulbs randomly, and it forms a strong blue accent when planted together in a group. It thrives on fertile soil that is well-drained but not dry. The camassia is low in maintenace and multiplies by forming little baby bulbs on the mother bulb. An elegant plant that flowers between the spring and summer blooms. The petals curl up when they are past flowering.
|Plant depth||2-3 Times the height of the bulb|
|Food source for||Bees and bumble bees|