White, rarely pale blue, bowl-shaped flowers in an umbel atop a stem with long, narrow, grass-like leaves at base. The delicate, white, bowl-shaped flowers are unusual among the members of Triteleia and serve to distinguish this species, which perhaps appeared hyacinth-like to the naming botanist. At one time this species was included in the genus Brodiaea, hence its common name.
|Height at Maturity||12-24"|
|Light Requirements||Full sun.|
|Moisture Needs||Moist to dry.|