The Q&A Archives: Identifying Plant

Question: Have you any information about gilia? Could they grow wild in North Dakota? Pictures?

Answer: There are a number of types of gilia that grow wild, primarily in the western part of the country, but it is possible to grow them as annuals elsewhere, too.

Here is a picture of the blue thimble-flower, gilia capitata:

Gilia tricolor looks quite different:

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