You’ll rarely see seeds of this pretty little annual for sale–under its correct name, at least. I bought seeds that were supposed to be Phacelia purshii and ended up with this species instead, ID’d with the help of a knowledgeable gardening friend. Divaricate phacelia, also known as trailing phacelia, produces low clumps (around 8 to 10 inches tall) of lax stems clad in oval-ish leaves and single, open, lavender blue-and-white flowers. It flowered here in late spring to early summer–not an exceptionally long bloom period, but it was charming enough to be worth growing for early color. Native to parts of California. Full sun. Annual.
Harvested in July 2020. At least 15 seeds.
Please read the germination information as well before ordering.