Common Camas

Camassia quamash

Native Pollinator

Light to dark blue and sometimes white flowers bloom from early to late spring. The leaves can be mowed in the summer, when the bulbs are dormant. Plant camas in a meadow or ecology lawn or mix with other spring flowering bulbs.

  • Mature height: leaves to 20″ and flowering stems to 30″
  • Light conditions: full sun to dappled shade
  • Soil: moist to wet in winter and dry in the summer
  • Sold in bundles of ten large plugs
  • $25.00 per bundle

Plugs are grown in cylindrical tubes about 1″ in diameter. The roots of large plugs are approximately 8″ long.