With exquisite little blue-and-white flowers, this charming California wildflower is one of the prettiest cool-season annuals around. It can be hard to find in garden centers, but if you do, give it a try. Plant it in early spring, a few to several weeks before your region's first-frost date. It will add much to your garden until summer's heat hits. This plant likes cool and moist conditions and stops blooming once temperatures rise.
- Plant Type:
- Plant Height:
- To 1 foot tall
- Plant Width:
- To 1 foot wide
- Landscape Uses:
- Containers,Beds & Borders
- Special Features:
- Flowers,Drought Tolerant,Easy to Grow
Create a show by contrasting baby blue-eyes' blooms with the orange tones of California poppy.Nierembergia
Nierembergia's blue, purple, or white flowers and fine-texture foliage look great with baby blue-eyes.Nigella
You can't go wrong mixing shades of blue, so try beautiful nigella with baby blue-eyes.
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