Baby Blue Eyes is an annual native to California. Its blooms appear light blue, white and purple, depending on the variety.
Certain varieties can exist in sunlight, but Baby Blue Eyes generally needs an extremely shaded area to grow in.
The plant should be watered as needed. The soil must be damp at all times but never soaked, nor should it contain standing water.
Most varieties do best in light, sandy loam, and all varieties need well-drained but water-retentive soil.
Baby Blue Eyes blooms in late summer or early fall when temperatures are at a cooler and more moderate level.
This flower is best used as a border decoration or ground cover. It can also be showcased in a wildflower garden or hanging basket.
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