Nemophila genus. There are about 11 species of annuals which are grown for their bright, open 5-petalled flowers. They will produce colourful spring-summer blooms in a range of mainly blues. They are fully hardy and will grow in sun or semi-shade in fertile, well drained soil. You can propagate by seeds sown outdoors in spring or early autumn.
N. W. America
The annuals grow best in a full sun or partial-shade with moisture-retentive soil. You will need to protect from the wind. You can propagate from seeds which can be sown in the autumn months.
Seed sown outdoors in spring or early autumn.
Is prone to aphids.
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