California harebell is in the Campanulaceae, or Bellflower Family. It is usually found tucked into shady areas in woodland or mixed conifer habitat, often on north-facing slopes. California harebell will thrive with medium to moist soil with good drainage. The interesting lavender-blue flowers will bloom June-July. Attractive to bumble bees and other pollinators.
Asyneuma prenanthoides seed packets contain 1/8 teaspoon of seed
Seed Germination Instructions
60 days cold-moist stratification. Sow in fall to late winter. Sow on soil surface or lightly cover. Seed needs light to germinate.