A 6" tall and 3' wide perennial. It has 1 inch blue flowers in clusters. The leaves are 3" across and grape-like. If you water, flowers last longer, plant more showy, but it has survived here for years with no care. We lose the mother plant from time to time but its babies come back to replace it. Its only drawback for us is that it flowers from June to Oct. when we have almost no customers. (No one wants to visit the nursery when it's 110!)
Foliage of Phacelia bolanderi is deciduous.
Flower of Phacelia bolanderi has color blue.
Communities for Phacelia bolanderi:Douglas Fir Forest and Redwood Forest.