Eighteen inches to two feet.
Light purple or lavender blue flowers in May or
A hardy bulb a genus of five species, little
The name is derived from the American Indian name
for the flower which is used as food.
All species are hardy and can be left to flower
year upon year.
The roots should be planted in patches in the
mixed border in October.
The flowers are star shaped and borne in terminal
racemes during July and August.