Net Wt. 250mg (approx. 240 to 250 seeds)
A hardy annual Western wildflower that prefers partial shade and has earned its reputation as a great garden plant by doing well in cool weather. A garden flower that has the ability to survive light frosts making it popular in Alaska. The 8 to 10-inch plants bear a profusion of single, 1 inch, cup-shaped bright, powder blue flowers with white centers. Plants are dwarf, delicate, and showy, making them good for a bed, border or as a container plant. cool climate. Excellent for cut flowers.