Gilia tricolor (Birds Eyes) Seeds
Gilia tricolor
(Birds Eyes)

1300 seeds   $3.00    

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.

height 18"

Sowing Gilia tricolor Seeds

Sow gilia seeds outdoors in the spring. Sow on the surface. Full sun.

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