|Description||Common camas is among the showiest and easiest to grow of native bulbs, producing racemes with dozens of star-like sky-blue to deep-blue flowers. The bulbs were an important food source for Native Americans. Very cold-hardy and long-lived. Special value to bees.|
|Plant Type||Perennial bulb.|
|Flower Color||Purple, blue.
|Height at Maturity||30"|
|Light Requirements||Sun, part shade.|
|Moisture Needs||High in spring. Needs dry summer soil.|
Moist loam and clay.