- Flower namebaby blue eyes
- Scientific nameNemophila menziesii subsp. insignis
- Aliasベビーブルーアイズ, Nemophila menziesii 'Insignis blue', baby blue eyes, ルリカラクサ, ネモフィラ, Insignis blue, ネモフィラメンジーシー, Nemophila menziesii
- Place of originWestern California, North America
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May, June
What is baby blue eyes
Baby blue eyes (Scientific name: Nemophila menziesii subsp. Insignis) is a cold-weed crawling annual grass of the genus Nemophila of the Boraginaceae family in the western part of North America such as California. In the spring, light blue flower bells with a bell-shaped tip and 5 tears at the tip are blooming in inflorescences stretched from low plant height. The flower is a blue ground and the center is white. The tip of the petal is rounded. If it is a crowd, it looks like a blue carpet on one side. It is similar to the wild grass birdeye speedwell (Scientific name: Veronica persica) which even smaller flowers bloom.
Name: Baby blue eyes, Scientific name: Nemophila menziesii subsp. Insignis, aka:Nemophila menziesii 'Insignis blue', Baby Blue Eyes, Nemophila Menziesi, Nemophila Insignis, Common Calarxa, Origin: North America West (California), Plant Length: 10 to 20 cm, Lifestyle type: Cold-resistant annual grass, leaf shape: feathery compound leaves, leaf margin: fissure, generic name flower, inflorescence: spiral shape, flower shape: bell shape, flower season: March to June, flower diameter: 2 cm, flower color: Flowering period: March to June.