Clarkia speciosa ssp. immaculata
With its mass of gorgeous blooms and bushy, trailing form, you’ll love this rare and endangered CA native wildflower. Long-blooming from late Spring well into July or August, it forms a 14” by 24” mound of slender, green foliage on multi-branching stems. And, ahhh, the flowers, almost a solid mass of silky, 2.25”, cup shaped blossoms of bright rose with clear white centers. Great for front of bed, containers and a delightful and long lasting cut flower. Clay tolerant, but plant in rich, well-draining soil for best show. Drought and wind tolerant once established. Self-sows!
Due to Federal regulations we cannot sell this plant outside of California.