Farewell To Spring

Appropriately named, Farewell-To-Spring (Clarkia bottae) signals that the end of the spring bloom’s peak. Farewell-To-Spring is a flowering plant that originates from western North America and is found in the hills and coastal mountains of the San Francisco Bay Area to southern British Columbia.

Farewell To Spring Flowers

Clarkia is a genus of plants in the Onagraceae family. More than 40 species[1] are currently classified at Clarkia.

Farewell To Spring Flowers

Farewell-To-Spring is an annual plant that grows up to 1 meter tall with thin, linear foliages 2 to 7 inches long and 2 to 6 millimeters wide.

Farewell To Spring

The Farewell-to-Spring bloom is bowl-shaped, pink to lavender, sometimes speckled with red, and flowers from late April to July (depending amount of rain and the timing).

Pink Farewell To Spring Flowers

For a spectacular neon wildflower show in midsummer, nothing can be compared to the dazzling effect of this beautiful, carefree plant. This flower not only has a striking effect on grass-dominated prairies, but it is also relatively suitable for replanting as well.

Suggested Reading: Different Types of Flowers

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Key References
  • [1]“Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center – The University of Texas at Austin”. Accessed November 08, 2021. Link.


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