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Desert Bluebells Seeds (Phacelia)

Phacelia campanularia
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SKU: HC017619
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Overview
Blanketed by rich, clear blue blooms starting in early spring, Desert Bluebells (Phacelia campanularia) are a charming, easy-to-grow wildflower. Native to the deserts of Southeastern California, this wildflower is now enchanting gardeners nationwide as an early season bee-friendly meadow and border plant. Readily self-sows and naturalizes to form a permanent stand. Seeds are non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and guaranteed to grow.
key features
Botanical Name
Phacelia campanularia
Seed Life Cycle
Annual
Growing Zones
Zone 2, Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9, Zone 10
Ideal Region
Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, West, Southwest, Pacific Northwest
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Soil Moisture
Waterwise
Seed Coverage
1/4 lb covers 3,630 sq ft.
1 lb covers 14,520 sq ft.
3 lb covers an acre
Advantages
Native, Bee Friendly, Easy To Grow, Low Maintenance, Long Bloom Time, Naturalizes, Mass Plantings
SKU
HC017619

Description

(8-20" tall) In its native habitat, Desert Bluebells sprout blooms seemingly overnight after a late spring rain quenches their thirst. Soon the plants are covered with flowers in one of the richest, clearest blues you'll find anywhere in nature. True blue is a much sought after flower color in home gardens, but is usually found in fussier species or those that have been highly hybridized. An important spring food source for bees and other pollinators, the plants will continue producing nectar-rich flowers for an extended bloom time. Adaptable to a range of soils types, Desert Bluebell readily self-sows and multiplies, forming a colony of plants that will grace your garden each spring with a carpet of beguiling blue. Other common names include Desert Bells, Desert Canterbury Bells, and California Bluebells.