Difference between revisions of "Brodiaea filifolia"

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<h3>'''Species Name: ''Brodiaea filifolia''<br>
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'''Common Name:''' ''Three-Leaf or Thread-Leaf Brodiaea<br></h3>
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: A beautiful blue to lavender Brodiaea found in San Diego and Riverside. Threatened by development and off-road vehicle use.
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:'''Plant Family:''' Liliaceae
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:'''Plant Type:''' Bulb
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:'''Height by Width:''' 1' H
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:'''Growth Habit:''' Upright
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:'''Deciduous/Evergreen:''' Summer deciduous
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:'''Growth Rate:''' Fast
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:'''Sun Exposure:''' Sun
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:'''Soil Preference:''' Loam to clay
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:'''Water Requirements:''' Summer dry
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:'''Cold Hardy to:'''
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:'''Flower Season:''' Late spring
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:'''Flower Color:''' Blue-Purple with Lavender
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:'''Endangered?:'''  List 1B.1  It is listed by the State of California as Endangered and by the Federal Government as Threatened.
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:'''Distribution:''' s South Coast (w San Diego Co.), w Peninsular Ranges (Riverside, San Diego cos.).
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:'''Natural Habitat:''' Grassland, vernal pools
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:'''Care and Maintenance'''<br>
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:'''History'''<br>
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:'''Other Names'''<br>
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:'''Links'''<br>

Revision as of 17:23, 30 August 2011

Brodiaea filifolia Bulb

Species Name: Brodiaea filifolia
Common Name: Three-Leaf or Thread-Leaf Brodiaea

A beautiful blue to lavender Brodiaea found in San Diego and Riverside. Threatened by development and off-road vehicle use.

Plant Family: Liliaceae
Plant Type: Bulb
Height by Width: 1' H
Growth Habit: Upright
Deciduous/Evergreen: Summer deciduous
Growth Rate: Fast
Sun Exposure: Sun
Soil Preference: Loam to clay
Water Requirements: Summer dry
Cold Hardy to:
Flower Season: Late spring
Flower Color: Blue-Purple with Lavender
Endangered?: List 1B.1 It is listed by the State of California as Endangered and by the Federal Government as Threatened.
Distribution: s South Coast (w San Diego Co.), w Peninsular Ranges (Riverside, San Diego cos.).
Natural Habitat: Grassland, vernal pools

Care and Maintenance


History


Other Names


Links