Nemophila menziesii
of the Hydrophyllaceae family is an annual originally from California. This is a low spreading plant of large amounts of flat sky-blue flowers with white centre. It is an excellent edging plant which prefers water retaining soil in the sun or half-shadow, 15 cm tall. Tolerates frost.

SOWING: Sow directly in the soil in April-May, 0.5-1 cm deep, 10 cm between the plants,

SEEDS: 500 seeds/g.
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A portion contains about 500 seeds and sows about 10 m.

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