Streptanthus albidus var. peramoena
“Most Beautiful Jewel Flower”
Rare and endangered in counties around these parts as well as San Bernardino County, our “Most Beautiful Jewelflower” is aptly named! These charismatic balloon-like blooms held on a crowd of 30” upright stems should be planted right in the front of your garden, the better to indulge your imagination! A cinch to grow, a butterfly host and requires no Summer water. A little compost = more blooms in May and June. Self-sows.