3 years to reach maturity
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Cusick's Camass Overview
Camassia cusickii is also known as Cusick's camass, this perennial species produces spikes of attractive, star-shaped, pale blue-white flowers measuring around 5cm across and straight, simple leaves. Flowers are produced on a triangular raceme structure. This is a form of unbranched inflorescence where flowers are attached by equal stalks and the oldest flowers are formed at the base and new blooms from the tip as the plant grows. It has a bushy habit and is hardy to -10 degrees Celsius, plant in a position of full or partial sun, in moist, well-draining soil for optimal growth.
How to propagate Cusick's Camass
Sow seed when ripe.
Divide offsets when plant is dormant, in the winter.