These cool-weather annuals grow 612 inches high and trail to 1 feet wide, with saucer-shaped flowers to 1 inches across in spring. Pale green, hairy, ferny leaves give plants a delicate appearance. Often used as bulb cover. Sow seed in place in fall; plants will bloom in winter in the Coastal and Tropical South, in spring in the Upper, Middle, and Lower South.
- Native to California.
- Flowers are white, marked with fine purple lines and dots; a large purple dot appears at the tip of each of the five lobes.
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- From California, southern Oregon.
- Plant blooms freely, bearing sky-blue blossoms with a white or near-white center.
- Snowstorm has white flowers dotted with black.
- Pennie Black bears blackish purple flowers rimmed in white.