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Baby Blue Eyes

(Nemophila menziesii)

Popular wildflower variety grown in gardens. Blooms are produced at the ends of 6" to 12" stems, well above the foliage, so that in a breeze they nod and flutter in the breeze. Flower petals open & close in response to temperature. To prolong bloom in hot inland areas, provide some afternoon shade.

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Chinese Houses

(Collinsia heterophylla)

Named for their fancied resemblance to pagodas. The two-lipped flowers are produced in dense whorls reaching 6" to 15" tall in full bloom. Part shade & regular water are best. Natural habitat is concentrated in shaded slopes in many plant communities.

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Elegant Clarkia

(Clarkia unguiculata)

Erect growth to 1' to 3' tall and wide with nice branching (give this plant some room). Blooms are produced over a long period from late spring through early summer. Typically dark pink, but flower color may vary from white to rosey-purple on different plants. Will tolerate some afternoon shade in hot inland areas. Native to grasslands, chaparral and woodland areas from Lake county south to San Diego County and east to the Sierra Nevada foothills.

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Five Spot

(Nemophila maculata)

Early bloomer found on moist, sunny, grassy slopes. Inconspicuous foliage blends in w/ other vegatation until masses of white blooms burst open, seemingly all at once. To prolong bloom in hot inland areas, provide some afternoon shade. Native to the Sierra foothills and mountain slopes below 7500 ft from Nevada County to the north of Kern County in the south.

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Globe Gilia

(Gilia capitata)

Small, individual pale sky blue flowers are held in tight head-like clusters on the ends of stems ranging from 6” to 2’. Found from British Columbia to Baja California, growing in fields, on banks, in chaparral or oak woodlands, up to 6000 ft elevation. An excellent companion to other California wildflowers.

Full sun to pt shade.

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Godetia 'Cattleya Lilac'

(Clarkia amoena)

The genus was named in honor of Captian William Clark of the 1804 Lewis and Clark Expediton. Also known as ‘Fairwell To Spring’, expect a beautiful show of lilac pink blooms w/ crimson blotch in late spring to early summer. They make a nice cut flower. Plants grow to 1-2 ft tall & re-seed freely. Best in full sun & regular water while blooming.

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Sky Lupine

(Lupinus nanus)

Often casting a fragrant blue carpet on hillsides & roadsides. This Lupine represents springtime in California, especially when combined w/ CA Poppies. Grows 6-24” tall.

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Tahoka Daisy

( Machaeranthera tanacetifolia)

Lavender blue daisy w/ yellow eye in late spring & summer. Much-branched plant grows to 1-1½ ft tall & wide. Tolerant of drought but performs better w/ a little water. Butterflies love this flower! Native from Alberta, Canada to Mexico and west to California. 

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Tansy Leaf Phacelia

(Phacelia tanacetifolia)

Vigorous & easy to grow. Small lavender-blue flowers appear in large numbers. The blooms resemble fiddlenecks; uncoiling as the flowers open. A choice flower for pollinators. Plants can grow 1’-3’ tall.

Found in open areas in many plant communities; Mojave Desert, Central Valley, and bordering ranges, from Lake & Butte counties south to northwestern Baja California.

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Tidy Tips

(Layia platyglossa)

Annual wildflower is widespread throughout California. Cheerful butter yellow flowers tipped w/ white have a long bloom period in spring. Grows 6-12” tall in a sunny spot. Especially attractive with Globe Gilia.

Found in grasslands or inland valleys, and on open slopes of the foothills up to 4500 ft in the lower ponderosa pine forests.

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White Meadowfoam

(Limnanthes alba)

A low growing early spring blooming annual to 8 in tall. Named at full bloom for its solid canopy of creamy white flowers. Native to the Central Valley and north to Southern Oregon. Adapted to poorly drained soils, moist or sporadically dry. Found near vernal pools and grasslands. A good choice under water features. Pollinators love it!

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Whorled Lupine

(Lupinus microcarpus ‘Ed Gedling’)

Deep golden yellow flowers are wrapped around the stem in tiers on 10” stalks. Lupines have nitrogen-fixing abilities which make them especially garden-worthy.

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