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This grows widely in North America in damp meadows and along stream banks. The bulbs were even used by Indian tribes to make a kind of bread. This is a valuable plant in grass with 12 spikes of starry mid blue flowers in May.
Although this North American native has a rather cumbersome name it is a beautiful striking plant. It will grow happily in grass but makes an even more dramatic sight in retentive soil among shrubs. The flower spikes grow to 3', covered in glorious blue starry flowers in May.