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Brodiaea douglasii

brodiaea, Douglas' brodiaea (Brodiaea douglasii)
Brodiaea douglasii
Common Names Douglas' brodiaea, brodiaea
Family Lily
Flower Color Purple, blue
Location McCall and many locations
Native Yes
Weed No

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The Brodiaea is very pretty wildflower that reaches 20-70 cm in height on a single stem in the prairies.

Brodiaea is looks very much like Bicolor Cluster Lily. The Bicolor Lily can be identified due to the tighter inflorescence and lighter flowers.

Cluster flowers are a great addition to any prairie garden, but remember to purchase the flower and not take it from the wild.

Douglas' brodiaea


For additional information please send an e-mail request to:
Dr. Clinton C. Shock
Clinton.Shock@oregonstate.edu

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