|Description||Great camas, with its large starry-blue flowers, is easily mistaken for the more common Camassia quamash, which has an overlapping range. Plant bulbs in the fall, 4-6" inches deep and 6" apart. Water well and cover with soil and a 2" layer of mulch. Special value to bees.|
|Plant Type||Perennial bulb.|
|Flower Color||Pale blue, purple or white.|
|Height at Maturity||24-48"|
|Light Requirements||Sun, tolerates part shade.|
Wet, soggy, deep.