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Spring planted items NOW available for purchase!!!

There is a 5% discount on all BULB orders received by March 1st, 2018 and a 10% discount all PAID BULB orders received by March 1st, 2018.

 

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Camassia -

Camassia is a bulb that the Native Americans used as a food source and one that helped keep Lewis and Clark alive during their expedition across the United States. It was said that when food became scarce, an Indian woman named 'Sacajawea' dug camas, cooked and served it to the two explorers. We've never eaten camassia, so we can't comment on its taste but the beauty of the flowers is breath taking. The colors of camassia range from white to light blue to dark blue – perfect colors for almost any garden! Their leaves are linear and their flower spikes are filled with lots of starry flowers. Camassia are very adaptable to a variety of garden situations. We have them in our flower border but they also grow in damp meadows and at the edge of ponds. Camassia quamash 'Blue Melody' has variegated leaves which enrich the beauty of its dark blue flowers and makes it a real eye-catcher in the garden before, during and after bloom. The flowers of the white, double form, Camassia leichtlinii 'Semiplena', have sterile flowers that helps them to last longer, which is a real plus. However, all of them including the pale blue species, C. cusickii, and the darker blue species, C. quamash, are amazing 'bridge flowers' and are winter hardy in zones 3-8. 

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attracts numerous pollinators the plant is one that attracts numerous pollinators
Fall items shipped 9-15 to 12-15
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