Blue Thimble Flower is an annual wildflower with small, round heads of blue, clover-like flowers that attract butterflies. The flowers appear in late spring to mid summer on the tops of upright stems with bright green, ferny foliage.
Gilia capitata mixes well with other wildflowers. It is drought-tolerant, and it prefers well-drained soil. Also known as Queen Anne's Thimbles or Globe Gilia.
Sowing Gilia capitata Seeds:
Sow outdoors after the last frost date. Or sow indoors 6 weeks early. Barely cover the seeds. Full sun to light shade. Easy to grow. Self sows.