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Baby Blue Eyes Seeds Nemophila menziesii

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Packet $3.95
1 Ounce $11.95
1/4 Pound $31.95 33%
1 Pound $71.95 62% Notify Me
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  • Annual; Lovely, sky-blue flowers
  • Hardy, easy to grow wildflower
  • Prefers full sun exposure

Product Description

Baby Blue Eyes Seeds - Nemophila menziesii

Baby Blue Eyes are hardy annual flower seeds native to California, but will also grow prolifically throughout the rest of the United States. An extremely colorful wildflower that is also rather easy to grow, Baby Blue Eyes remains one of our favorite all-purpose wildflowers!

  • Fast Facts

    Name:Baby Blue Eyes Seeds
    Botanical Name:Nemophila menziesii
    Life Cycle:Annual
    Light Requirement:Full Sun
    Planting Season:Spring
    Plant Type:Compact blooms of blue and white
    Features:Heirloom, Attracts Pollinators, Attracts Hummingbirds, Fast Growing, Easy to Grow & Maintain, Container Garden
    Color:Blue, White
    Blooms:Early Spring
    Plant Height:4-8 inches
    Plant Spacing:6-12 inches
    Planting Depth:1/8 inch
    Sowing Method:Start Indoors, Direct Sow
    Cold Stratification:No
    Seeds per Packet:500 mg
    Hardiness Zones:3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
    Ships:Year Round
  • Planting Instructions

    How to Plant Baby Blue Eyes

    About Baby Blue Eyes

    These blooms are hardy, trailing, annual flowers native to California, but will grow prolifically throughout the rest of the United States as well. An extremely colorful wildflower that is rather easy to grow, Baby Blue Eyes or Five Spot remains one of our favorite all-purpose wildflowers!

    When to Plant Baby Blue Eyes Seeds

    Sow directly once the threat of frost has passed. Baby Blue Eyes also do great in containers. For growers in Zones cooler than 7, Baby Blue Eyes will need to be started indoors 6-8 weeks before the final frost of Spring.

    Where to Plant Baby Blue Eyes Seeds

    Baby Blue Eyes do best in cooler climates with Full Sun conditions, though can tolerate Partial Shade. In warmer climates, Baby Blue Eyes benefits from Partial Shade.

    How to Plant Baby Blue Eyes Seeds

    Sow onto the surface of the soil, and compress firmly. Don't cover, as seeds require sunlight to germinate.

    How to Care for Baby Blue Eyes

    Remove weeds as Baby Blue Eyes is establishing. Once established they require little care. As tender annuals, Baby Blue Eyes will die off with the killing frost.

    Download Printable Planting Guide

  • Seed Coverage

    AmountRecommended Coverage
    PacketUp to 80 Sq. Ft
    Ounce PackageUp to 625 Sq. Ft
    1/4 Pound PackageUp to 2,500 Sq. Ft
    1 Pound SackUp to10,000 Sq. Ft
    5 Pound SackUp to 1.3 Acres

Product Reviews

Global Rating: 4.80 from 5 reviews

Review By

Showy and long lasting

What an absolute delight the Baby Blue Eyes are! They pop up in early spring and last for almost a month! I will order these again and again, in fact have thought about giving them out for gifts!


Review By

100% germination

These jump out of the ground under suitable germination conditions. I used a winter sowing technique on seeds I purchased a couple of years ago. All of the seeds I planted germinated in a matter or days. Looking forward to the flowers!


Review By

Great Germinator

I love these little flowers. They all germinated and are blooming. We're a little late here in zone 7A because we've had a cold wet spring and early summer. They are cascading over the edges of the pots. A+. I wish I could post a picture!


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At First Glance

These are doing lovely after scattering on the disturbed roadside in February zone 5. It's always enchanting when you get that first glimpse of a baby blue eye winkin back atcha. Then you see another and another and behold an entire field is awash in them! These are cute peeking out amongst low growers like rock rose iceplant, in flowerpots, or just sprinkled about like fairy dust whithersoever thou goest.


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Beautiful - But So Small

I guess I should have known by the name - Duh! These flowers are absolutely beautiful and really easy to grow. The only problem is they kind of get lost in among the other bloomers. I am buying some more to plant just by themselves.

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