Gilia capatata (Blue Field Gilia)
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A very charming wildflower with upright, single or minimally branched stems. Foliage is finely divided, with leaves larger and denser at the base and smaller moving upward. Globe shaped flower heads hold clusters of dainty blue flowers. These modest blue flowers are very pretty when planted in drifts. A wonderful plant for attracting butterflies and numerous pollinators...bees LOVE this flower!
- Family: Polemoniaceae
- Per/Ann: Annual
- Sun/Shade: Sun (will tolerate some shade)
- Zones: 3b to 9b
- Height: 12” to 36”
- Bloom time: April - July
- Habitat: Open sites, moist to dry meadows and hillsides, forest clearings and rocky outcrops
- Stratification: short - if any. Cool temps enhance germination.
Portland Plant List (Backyard Habitat Certification): Yes
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