1300 seeds $2.00
Gilia tricolor is a native California wildflower. It blooms in early summer with lilac and white flowers with contrasting dark eyes. The graceful plants have ferny foliage. The trumpet-shaped flowers have a sweet chocolate fragrance, and they attract hummingbirds. Gilia tricolor has small, delicate flowers. Plant it near the front of the border or along the edge of a path where the flowers can be seen up close. It can be used as a bulb cover. It's nice in containers, and the flowers are good for cutting. Gilia tricolor is drought-tolerant and easy to grow. It prefers full sun and well-drained soil. It self sows on bare soil. Also known as Bird's Eyes.
Sowing Gilia tricolor Seeds
Sow gilia seeds outdoors in the spring. Sow on the surface. Full sun.