Camas: Habitat: Vernally moist meadows and grassy slopes; low to middle elevations Bloom time: Early to mid-spring Range: British Columbia and Alberta to California and Wyoming Notes: Works well in western Washington gardens. For more native plant suggestions for your garden check out Native Plants for Western Washington Gardens and Restoration Projects.

Camas: Habitat: Vernally moist meadows and grassy slopes; low to middle elevations Bloom time: Early to mid-spring Good for the bioswale

Camassia quamash

Camassia quamash

Camassia quamash is a vivid blue, with tall, bold flowers that will naturalise in grass and is even happy in moist ground. One of the most tolerant and long-lived bulbs you can grow.

Camassia quamash. Quamash, Camis  Until this plant flowers, it looks very similar to the deadly Death Camis

Quamash, Camis Until this plant flowers, it looks very similar to the deadly Death Camis

Common Camas, Indian Hyacinth (Camassia quamash), Pacific northwest native perennial

Common Camas, Indian Hyacinth (Camassia quamash), Pacific northwest native perennial

BLUE CAMAS (Camassia quamash) 100+ Seeds

BLUE CAMAS (Camassia quamash) 100+ Seeds

Camassia Quamash, Seeds, Southern

Camassia quamash

With intensely blue, starry flowers in dense spikes in a carefree package the camas is a useful addition to gardens.

Allium ornamental onion with Camassia quamash, Stachys with blue fence | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com

Allium ornamental onion with Camassia quamash, Stachys with blue fence | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com

camassia quamash

Camassia quamash

Camassia Quamash, Rain Garden, Sweet Potato, Blue Flowers, Images Photos, Seed Shop, Perennial Vegetables, Perennials, Permaculture

Common names include Camas, Quamash, Indian hyacinth, and Wild hyacinth. Camassia is a perfect plant for extending the spring bulb season. Camassia does best in full sun or part shade in moist soil. Light: Sun,Part Sun Zones:3-10 Plant Type:Bulb Plant Height:To 4 feet tall Plant Width:To 1 foot wide Flower Color: Blue, White Bloom Time: Spring, Summer Landscape Uses:Containers,Beds & Borders Special Features: Cut Flowers, Tolerates Wet Soil,Deer Resistant

Common names include Camas, Quamash, Indian hyacinth, and Wild hyacinth. Camassia is a perfect plant for extending the spring bulb season. Camassia does best in full sun or part shade in moist soil

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