[ pə͡ʊlmˈə͡ʊni͡əm ke͡əɹuːlˈiːəm], [ pəʊlmˈəʊniəm keəɹuːlˈiːəm], [ p_əʊ_l_m_ˈəʊ_n_iə_m k_eə_ɹ_uː_l_ˈiː__ə_m]
Related words: purple polemonium, blue polemonium, polemonium cernuum, polemonium caeruleum plant, polemonium caeruleum flowers, polemonium flower
How to use "Polemonium caeruleum" in context?
One of the most beautiful inflorescences in the garden is the colorful polemonium. This hardy herbaceous perennial thrives in most soil types, but is particularly suited to moist, shady areas. Hardy to zone 4, polemonium produces showy, brightly hued flowers from late winter to early summer.
Polemonium Caeruleum's name derives from the Latin word for blue, because of the abundance of these delicate flowers that appear almost completely blue. preferred habitats are moist, shaded spots, but the plant can be invasive in areas where it outcompetes other plants.
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