Gilia clivorum facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsGilia clivorum
This common wildflower bears a number of erect stems reaching 6 to 30 centimeters in maximum height. It is leafy especially on the lower part of the stems, with each leaf divided into small lance-shaped leaflets.
The inflorescence contains one to five hairy, glandular flowers each less than a centimeter long. The lobes of the corolla are very light to deep purple or blue, and the throat of the flower is lighter in color with dark purple and yellow spots. The fruit is a small capsule containing many seeds.
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