GILIA Ticolor (Bird's Eyes)

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(Bird's-eyes, Gilia) is a Polemniaceae (Phlox) family annual wildflower. It is widely cultivated worldwide and is commonly used in wildflower seed combinations available in a variety of locations. It grows in the Central Valley and nearby mountain ranges and high desert in the country, with large populations in the Bay...
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(Bird's-eyes, Gilia) is a Polemniaceae (Phlox) family annual wildflower. It is widely cultivated worldwide and is commonly used in wildflower seed combinations available in a variety of locations. It grows in the Central Valley and nearby mountain ranges and high desert in the country, with large populations in the Bay Area. Individual flowers are small, but when grouped together, they look fantastic. It's a common garden flower because it's a beautiful, easy-to-grow wildflower with a long flowering period.

Number of Seeds Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
1OZ 62,500 500
1/4LB 250,000 2,000
1/2LB 500,000 4,000
1LB 1,000,000 8,000
5LB 5,000,000 40,000

Scientific Name: Gilia Ticolor

Common Name: Bird's Eyes

Plant Type: Annuals

Family: Polemoniaceae

Native Range: California

Zones: 6-10

Full Growth Height: 12-18"

Width in Across: 8-9 "

Exposure: Full Sun

Blooming Season: Spring (Early, Mid)

Flower: Fragrant, Showy

Attracts: Hummingbirds, Butterflies

Flower Color: Pale Blue or Violet Flowers with Dark Purple Center and Blue Stamens

Tolerate: Clay Soil

Water Requirement: Low

Soil Type: Well-Drained, Sand, Loam, Chalk

Soil pH: Acid, Alkaline, Neutral

Gardening Uses: Cottage Mediterranean Gardens, Prairies and Meadows, Butterfly Gardens

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