Camassia leichtlinii Caerulea

A Pacific Northwest U.S. native that’s been cultivated commercially in the Netherlands for a long time, C. leichtlinii Caerulea is best grown in moist, fertile soil in full sun to partial sunlight. Unlike most bulbs, it prefers soil that has a bit more moisture. Deer- and rodent-resistant, C. leichtlinii caerulea forms ever substantive clusters of linear strappy foliage around upright racemes studded with dozens of six-petaled, 2", star-shaped pale to deep lavender-blue flowers with yellow anthers and whisper-green centers. The flowers open sequentially from the bottom to the top. It is stunning planted in solo drifts, or in heavenly contrast with its offspring, pale blue C. leichtlinii Caerulea Blue Heaven. Bulb size: 14 cm/up. Full to partial sunlight. Bloom time in horticultural zone 5: May/June. HZ: 4-8. Height: 24" to 30".

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Available in units of 10 with volume discount pricing.

1 Unit 10 bulbs $13.75
5 Units 50 bulbs $63.25
10 Units 100 bulbs $121.25
50 Units 500 bulbs $553.25
100 Units 1000 bulbs $1,053.75

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