The starry flowers come from North America. They will look beautiful in your flowerbeds through May and June, but are equally tall and proud naturalising among grass. Make sure not to mow them until July, when all trace of the Camassia has disappeared. This hardy bulb will grow happily in heavy or even clay soils. We suggest planting amongst Pheasant Eye Narcissus (N.Poeticus-Recurvis): this makes a fantastic display and they enjoy the same conditions too.