Western native wildflower attracts native pollinators and beneficial insects to your garden and requires no irrigation once established. Delicate, baby blue flowers are born on even more delicate, ferny, foliage. Easy to grow from seed, and self-sows moderately.
How to grow it:
Sow on the surface of the soil and press in lightly or barely cover as light aids germination. Start indoors a few weeks before the last frost, or sow directly outside around last frost. Only transplants well when small. Once it is established it needs no supplemental irrigation.