Baby Blue Eyes

Nemophila Seed


Baby Blue Eyes Nemophila is a quick growing low carpet blooms that fade from dark blue to sky blue centers and is often seen in the blooming in spring. This variety is an annual that is a profuse bloomer of simple flowers. The Baby Blue Eyes is known to re-seed itself for a display the following spring.


Learning Download: How to Grow Nemophila

Nemophila is an annual flower that grows well in a wildflower garden or rock garden. They will attract butterflies and bees to the garden. Nemophila originated in California.

Before Planting: Begin Nemophila seeds indoors in peat pots six to eight weeks before setting them outdoors.

Planting: Plant in mid-March, when a frost may still be possible. In warmer climates, Nemophila should be planted in the late fall.

Watering: Water Nemophila frequently to keep the soil moist.

Fertilizer: There is no need to fertilize since Nemophila often is grown as wildflowers.

Days to Maturity: In hotter climates, Nemophila will bloom midspring, but in cooler climates it will bloom through the summer.

Harvesting: To harvest seeds for future planting, cut off the heads of the plants after blooming and dry them in a paper bag to use the following spring.

Tips: Since Nemophila are one of the first annual to grow in the spring, continue to direct sow every three weeks to enjoy the blooms for a longer period of time.

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