Hello Native Plant Lovers!

As part of our Rare Bulb Pre-Sale of over 50 unusual and rare bulbs we'd like to draw your attention to some BC and west coast natives that we have on offer: beautiful camas lilies. We have some exciting and rare forms that we believe have rarely been offered before to Canadian gardeners.

Camas lilies bloom in mid spring with strap-like leaves and gorgeous spikes of royal blue, icy blue and white star-like flowers. Some have variegated foliage. They are great additions to any garden but especially native plant gardens. Have a look!

Our rare bulbs including these camas will be ready for pick-up or shipping in late September.

Cheers, Gary and the Phoenicians

 

Camassia cusickii 'Zwanenburg' - Cusick's Camas - A deep blue form of Cusick's camas perfect for growing in full sun to part shade in average to moist soils. Native to eastern Oregon, the species normally has star-shaped, pale icy blue flowers on stems from two to three feet in height. Very hardy.
Camassia leichtlinii 'Alba' - Great Camas - Elegant spires covered with masses of star-shaped white flowers. This is a larger species than C. quamash. Native from BC to southern California.
Camassia leichtlinii 'Blue Heaven' - Great Camas - Elegant spires covered with masses of star-shaped icy blue flowers with glittering yellow anthers. This is a larger species than C. quamash. Native from BC to southern California.
Camassia leichtlinii 'Sacajawea' - Great Camas - Elegant spires covered with masses of star-shaped white flowers with glittering yellow anthers and with variegated foliage. The green leaves sport a thin white edge. This is a larger species than C. quamash. Native from BC to southern California.
Camassia leichtlinii 'Semiplena' - Great Camas - Elegant spires covered with masses of double, star-shaped white flowers with glittering yellow anthers. This is a larger species than C. quamash. Native from BC to southern California.

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and our Other Rare Bulbs

 


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