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Dodecatheon pulchellum

Common Name: Shooting Star

Our native Willamette Valley shooting star adorns our wetland prairies in the spring with a splash of hot pink. Combined with common camas, the landscape in April resembles an impressionist painting. There are multiple flowers on top of 15 inch stems. The brown seed pods also add early summer interest when used in landscape plantings.

Flower Color: Magenta
Zones: 4-8
Growth Habit: Perennial
Height: 0-2
Spread: 0-2
Light Needs: Sun-Shade
Flowering Season: Spring
Leaf Color: Green
Plant Features: Drought Tolerant, Native to Pacific Northwest

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