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This little beauty is a desert native, but opens its inky blue flowers in any region. For front of meadows. Early. Annual....
This easy-to-grow annual grows well in hot, dry conditions and attracts a variety of pollinators to the garden or meadow. Lacy Phacelia is a great cover crop and can be used as a win...
Phacelia is a drought-tolerant wildflower native to the western States, making it a great choice for dry, fast-draining soils and full-sun sites. Very attractive to pollinators, this plant produces an abundance of nectar, keeping its blooms throughout the hottest of summers when other species are apt to fade and droop. Try the shorter California Bluebells wherever you’d like to see a pop of electric blue color, including part-shade areas. Plant Lacy Phacelia (also called Blue or Purple Tansy) near the veggie garden, as it attracts beneficial aphid-killing bugs.