John Scheepers

Fall 2013

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Camassia

Another northwest native, Camassia is also known as the "Quamash" or the "Wild Hyacinth". It has lengthy, flowering racemes on upright stalks with long, narrow foliage. It is a perfect choice for mass, naturalized plantings along streams or ponds since it requires a bit of moist soil and moderate to good sunlight.Top size bulbs. Height: 15" to 30" depending on the variety. Bloom time: May/June. Plant 5" deep and 5" apart. Horticultural zones 4-8.

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