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An annual that is native to temperate and tropical regions of the Americas, gilia seeds are a drought tolerant variety as they are usually found mainly in desert or semi-desert habitats. Their small, delicate size makes them the perfect companion flower as they do not overpower other plants. Both Gilia capitata and Gilia tricolor are members of the phlox family. In return for planting them in sandy, rocky soil they will reward their gardener with their beautiful bluish, lavender blossoms.
Planting the best gilia seeds
- Easy to grow and maintain
- Beautifully fragrant pollinator attractor
- Native California flower with grey foliage and lavender-blue globe flowers
- Traditional medicinal uses, including treatment of colds, rheumatism, and skin irritation