Polemonium carneum 
Polemonium carneum

Soft pinks, touched with apricot kiss the open-bell flowers produced enmasse on bushy plants May into June on this rare Northern California native. It loves shade and survived the deer and acid soil under my friend Marion’s pine trees. Charming! Lovely little lance shaped leaflets. To 2’ high and 18” wide. Politely self-sows when happy.


Pt. Shade/Shade
Moist/Avg. Water

CA Native Perennial
USDA Zones 4-10
deer resistant