Gilia leptantha seeds – ( Queen Anne’s Thimble)


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This flower has violet blue flowers with white and yellow throats.  It makes an excellent cut flower . It works well in cottage gardens and flower meadows and flowers abundantly in spring and summer.  It likes  full to part sun and dry to moderate moisture. Honeybees, and other pollinators as well as nectar-feeding birds are attracted to the flowers.


Sowing advice

Sow  seeds in autumn, winter or  spring ,  direct where they are to grow, or in pots or trays  in moist seed raising mix.  If sown in pots or trays , transplant as soon as they are able to be handled as they do not like their roots to be disturbed. Do not cover the seeds as light aids germination.  Keep them moist but not waterlogged. Germination takes 2-3 weeks.

Additional information



Common Name

Queen Anne's Thimble



Maximum Height

approx 40 cm

Number of seeds in packet

approx 80