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Also called "Buffalo Eyes" this purple-spotted wildflower is happy in sun or part shade. To 1 ft, early season. Annual....
A much-loved, quick-bloom, very short western wildflower that grows beautifully everywhere. Annual....
Nemophila is a charming, low-spreading wildflower native to California and grown successfully as an annual throughout the US. These 4-12” tall flowers are best planted in half-sun/ half-shade sites and are well-suited to dry, fast-draining soils, although they will also tolerate average soils. All varieties attract butterflies and bees with their nectar-filled blooms and are very tolerant of high-heat conditions. Choose Baby Blue Eyes for their pastel-hued petals, or Buffalo Eyes for their memorable white blooms, dotted with ‘5 Spots’ of purple.