The Bluebells Desert, ‘Phacelia campanularia’, captures the magnificence of the desert wildflower show in your garden. The Bluebells luminous, upward-facing chalices glow in the spring garden The tough and easy Desert Bluebells laugh off the most inhospitable conditions. The 1 inch wide flowers are produced in clusters several inches across. Plant in early spring 3 to 4 weeks before the the average last frost date, and in mild climates, sow them in the fall. Bluebells are excellent in wildflower plantings, rock gardens, and in containers.
Scientific Name or Common Names: Phacelia campanularia
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