Native western wildflowers that tolerate a range of growing conditions
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’.
This member of the famous Gilia family is a western native but does well anywhere in sun with dry conditions. Annual...Learn More
Also called Thimble Flower, this western native tolerates almost any soil, and some shade. Annual....Learn MoreGlobe Gilia Seeds Globe Gilia or Thimble Flower Gilia capitataAs low as $19.95Per 1/4 PoundAlso called Thimble Flower, this western native tolerates almost any soil, and some shade. Annual.Learn More