Grass Nut, Ithuriel’S Spear
Bulbs and bulblike plants
Native to western North Ameriaca. Plants of this name were formerly known as Brodiaea. They bloom in sunny fields and meadows in spring and early summer. Plants have a few grasslike leaves; a cluster of funnel-shaped or tubular, 1/2–2-in.-long flowers tops the stem during bloom. Good cut flowers. After flowering, plants die to the ground. Spring and early summer bloom.
Set corms 2 to 3 in. deep and 2 to 4 in. apart. In cold-winter areas, grow in containers or mulch to protect from freezing and thawing. These can use a little water during growth and bloom, but like dry summer conditions.Triteleia laxa
Native from southwestern Oregon to Southern California. Growing from fall-planted corms, the flower stalk rises to 2 1/2 ft., carrying purple-blue, 1/2 -in. trumpets.
Native from southwestern Oregon to Southern California. Growing from fall-planted corms, the flower st...
Slow growing to about 8–10 ft. tall and wide, with densely set evergreen leaves edged in creamy ...
Native to swamps from Massachusetts to Florida and west to Tennessee and Texas. Prefers moist, acid so...