Globe Gilia is a native annual flower that grows on dry, open plains, slopes, chaparral banks, and long roadsides throughout the eastern United States. At maturity, this plant reaches a height of 12-24” and features green lacy foliage and globe-shaped clusters of small lavender/blue flowers. This plant attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, is drought tolerant, self-sows, and is used as a cut flower.
Bird's Eye is a California native annual flower that grows in grassy plains and slopes. At maturity, this plant reaches a height of 1-2' and features a hairy stem, feather-like leaves, and five-petaled flowers that are pale-purple on the edges, followed by white, then deep purple ring ending with a yellow center that is offset by five light blue stamens. This plant can be grown in containers, attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, can be used as a cut flower, and self-sows!