Common Names: Large camass, Californian white camass
Sub-category: Asparagaceae family
Grows 30 to 36 inches tall. Flower are blue/purple, with a green pod in the center.
In Connecticut it is most commonly found in flower gardens.
Edible Notes: Some sources suggest that the root/bulb may be edible when cooked, however there is not a lot of information available. Not recommended.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.