Blue Bells - Phacelia campanularia

Blue Bells

Also known as: “Desert Blue” or “Desert Bluebells”

Description: This popular annual has bell-shaped or broadly funnel-shaped, sapphire blue flowers spread from coiled flower clusters. The leaves are ovate or oblong, coarsely toothed, on branched stems 6" to 24” tall.

Flowering Season: February – April

Comments: These delightful blue flowers germinate well, and enjoy growing in a variety of areas, such as sandy, dry or gravelly areas around your yard. One of our favorites!


DISCLAIMER FOR USE: As in all agricultural plant products, responsibility for use remains in the hands of the consumer.
Please always plant conscientiously, and be aware of any species that might be considered invasive, in some areas.