Native western wildflowers that tolerate a range of growing conditions
why plant Gilia Seeds?
Gilia are native western wildflowers with lacy foliage and attractive blooms. At 1-2’ tall, these long-lasting flowers thrive in a range of soils and full sun (with some varieties tolerating part shade) and are a food source for many butterflies, flower moths, and hummingbirds. Grown as annuals throughout the country, Gilia have wildly different presentations, such as globe-shaped ‘Thimble flowers’ and cup-shaped ‘Bird’s eyes’