Camassia quamash 'Blue Melody' (Camas) is a bulbous perennial with upright racemes packed with dozens of star-shaped, dark blue flowers, adorned with 6 showy tepals, a Hardiness: What's My Zone?
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Details. Botanical Name Camassia quamash 'Blue Melody'. Form Perennial. Hardiness Zone Flowering Time Late spring to early summer. Light Requirements Full Sun, Partial Shade. Flower Color Medium blue. Flower Form Clusters of starry flowers. Foliage .
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Camassia Blue Melody. Spikes of violet-blue flowers rise above handsome, straplike, variegated foliage. Likes damp soil, making it a spectacular choice for waterside plantings or in sites too moist to sustain other perennials. Hardiness Zones Mature Height 15 inches.
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