Hardy annual. Globe-shaped, tightly-packed clusters of sky-blue to violet flowers are sweetly scented. Held about 15” above the ground, the flowers come over a long season. Very attractive to butterflies and bees and makes great forage for these precious and beautiful insects. This West Coast native prefers hot and dry conditions. Perfect for roadside plantings, meadows and, of course, flower borders. Makes a fine cut flower; self-sows freely where the environment suits it.