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Image of Camassia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Quamash)

Native to valleys, meadows, and prairies of eastern and western North America, camas are grown for their steepled clusters of starry flowers atop tall leafless stems in late spring. The blue or sometimes white blooms have six pointed segments, and often remain on the stem after they wither. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, green or gray-green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics. Most camassias come from the northwestern United States...

Image of Camassia cusickii photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Camassia, Quamash)

Native to meadows and pine forests of northeastern Oregon and central Ohio, this hardy bulbous perennial bears steepled clusters of starry flowers atop tall leafless stems in late spring. The pale lilac-blue blooms have six pointed segments. As they wither the segments do not clasp the seed capsule, as do those of Camassia leichtlinii. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, bright green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics. The cultivar...

Image of Camassia leichtlinii photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(California White Quamash)

Native to valleys of the northwestern United States and southern British Columbia, this hardy bulbous perennial bears steepled clusters of starry flowers atop tall leafless stems in late spring. The creamy-white or blue blooms have six pointed segments. As they wither the blooms clasp the developing seed pods. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, green to gray-green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics. The cultivar 'Blue Danube' has deep...

Image of Camassia leichtlinii

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(California White Quamash)

A hardy bulbous perennial from the northwestern United States and southern British Columbia, large camas bears steepled clusters of starry flowers atop tall leafless stems in late spring. The cultivar 'Plena' has semidouble, greenish white blooms. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, green to gray-green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics.

Plant the bulbs three times as deep as they are wide. They grow and flower best in full to partial...

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Russell Stafford

(California White Quamash)

A hardy bulbous perennial from the northwestern United States and southern British Columbia, large camas bears steepled clusters of starry flowers atop tall leafless stems in late spring. The cultivar 'Semiplena' has semidouble, linen-white blooms. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, green to gray-green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics.

Plant the bulbs three times as deep as they are wide. They grow and flower best in full to partial...

Image of Camassia leichtlinii ssp. leichtlinii photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

Native to valleys of the northwestern United States and southern British Columbia, this hardy bulbous perennial bears steepled clusters of starry flowers atop tall leafless stems in late spring. The creamy-white blooms have six pointed segments. As they wither the blooms clasp the developing seed pods. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, green to gray-green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics.

Plant the bulbs three times as deep as...

Image of Camassia leichtlinii ssp. suksdorfii photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Suksdorf's Large Quamash)

Native to valleys of the northwestern United States and southern British Columbia, this hardy bulbous perennial bears steepled clusters of starry blooms atop tall leafless stems in late spring. The blue to violet flowers have six pointed segments. As they wither the blooms clasp the developing seed pods. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, green to gray-green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics. The cultivar 'Blue Danube' has deep blue...

Image of Camassia leichtlinii ssp. suksdorfii

Jesse Saylor

(Blue Danube Camassia, Suksdorf's Large Quamash)

A hardy bulbous perennial from the northwestern United States and southern British Columbia, Camassia leichtlinii ssp. suksdorfiibears steepled clusters of starry blue or violet flowers atop tall leafless stems in late spring. Its cultivar 'Blue Danube' has deep blue flowers. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, green to gray-green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics.

Plant the bulbs three times as deep as they are...

Image of Camassia leichtlinii ssp. suksdorfii (Caerulea Group) photo by: Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Suksdorf's Large Quamash)

A hardy bulbous perennial from the northwestern United States and southern British Columbia, Camassia leichtlinii ssp. suksdorfiibears steepled clusters of starry blue or violet flowers atop tall leafless stems in late spring. Plants in the Caerulea Group have deep blue flowers. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, green to gray-green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics.

Plant the bulbs three times as deep as they are...

Image of Camassia quamash photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Small Camas)

Native to valleys, meadows, and prairies of eastern and western North America, camas are grown for their steepled clusters of starry flowers atop tall leafless stems in late spring. The blue or sometimes white blooms have six pointed segments, and often remain on the stem after they wither. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, green or gray-green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics. Most camassias come from the northwestern United States...