Wild Hyacinth (Camassia esculenta )

Camassia esculenta

Scientific Name: Camassia esculenta
Common Name: Wild Hyacinth
Description of facts and concepts: The bulbs were an important food among Native Americans, who called it Quamash. Sacajawea, who guided Lewis and Clark, fed the whole party with the roots of this plant. A related species, C. Esculenta, has been merged with C. Scilloides.
Seed or division information: Seeds or bulbs, best planted in fall.
Date of flower’s bloom (Month and week): May W4
Garden Name: Sunny Wetland Garden
Color of Flower: Blue
Height: 24″
Spread: 12″
Family: Lily
Soil Type: Base to Acidic Neutral soils
Soil: Dry to Wet Moist to wet, will stand inundation.
Light: Sun to Shade Full sun
Zone 4-10 Zones 4-8

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