Brodiaea Queen Fabiola

novagrdnr7aApril 7, 2012

If anyone grows this northern California wildflower could you tell me if it is fragrant. My packet of bulbs doesn't indicate it is but something I read on another website mentioned a pleasant aroma. Thank you.

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christinmk z5b eastern WA

I have never detected any fragrance from mine. I don't see that as a defect though- these are fantastic bulbs. I've had my Brodiaea/Triteleia laxa 'Queen Fabiola' bulbs for three years now and love them. They require zero care, are not fussy about dry conditions, and add a nice pop of blue to the summer garden. I think mine are even starting to multiply some. I like them so much that I want to find some other cultivars this year...
CMK

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