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LAVENDER WILD HYACINTH (TRITELEIA LAXA 'CORRINA')
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So often there is a gap in gardens in May after the tulips and daffodils have finished, but Triteleia is a brilliant bulb for filling all those spaces and adding a splash of color to the front of the borders. These native West Coast bulbs bloom in late spring to early summer with striking one-inch long, deep lavender star shaped flowers. Bright green strap-like foliage emerges in late winter, as it starts to yellow and fade early in the growing season thin flower spikes shoot up and are topped with clusters of blooms late-spring to early-summer. It is very adaptable and will tolerant heavy soils and sunny baking locations. It is a great addition for sunny spots that do not get watered in the summer or plant in masses through low ground cover to add a little seasonal color.
Care: Triteleia bulbs grow best in a dry to moderately moist, well drained soil in full sun. This bulbous corm will tend to rot if subjected to winter wet conditions. Use in combination with other plants to fill in the open spaces once it goes dormant for the summer. Plant corms about 4” deep and 3-4” apart in the fall. Allow leaves to die naturally after bloom.
Propagation: Divide offsets in late summer every 3 to 4 years.Bulb size 10/12 cm in circumference. Deer and rabbit resistant! Butterfly and bee friendly.
Month of Blooming June/July
Planting Time Autumn, Winter
Height 15 inches
Special Features Bee and Pollinator Friendly, Good for Cut Flowers, Animal Resistant
Garden Position Full Sun
Type of Soil Fertile, Well Drained
Hardiness Hardy 5-9