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Green Landscaping: Greenacres
Native Plants of the Great Lakes
North Branch Restoration Project Seed Book
Camassia Scilloides / Family:
Wild Hyacinth, Swink/Wilhelm #6
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FLOWERING: May to mid-June.
SEED TIMING: June.
HABITAT: Prairies and savannas including woodland borders.
DIAGNOSTIC FEATURES: 5 to 15 inches tall. Keeled, linear, grass-like leaves. Open spikes of 6 petaled light-blue star flowers.
TO PICK: Spikes turn parchment-like brown with rounded seed capsules. Strip entire spike.