BABY BLUE EYES seeds. An annual American native wildflower commonly found along the west coast of the United States. Baby Blue Eyes grow quickly from seeds and often are the first flower seen in the spring.They bloom profusely from early spring until early to mid-summer, and will slow down towards the end of summer and die at first frost. They prefer full sun but will do well with mottled shade. They also do very well planted in containers. The plants themselves are fern or poppy-like. Each plant gets about 10" wide and about 8" tall. Plants have simple flowers of true blue with white centers, and are profuse bloomers. They don't tolerate high heat and humidity very well, and they don't transplant very well. Sow seed in early spring where you want them to live. These make a great low maintenance ground cover that will attract all kinds of butterflies and bees. Baby Blue Eyes plants re-seed themselves for the next spring. A carefree plant once established. 300+Seeds per order. Thank You! Nemophila menziesii. Annual. Full sun/P.sun. Early spring, soil temp 65F+. SOW 4 seeds per plant 1/8"deep,about 4-6"apart.Keep moist. Germination 7-21 days. Thin to single best seedling.Use scissors to cut out unwanted sprouts. Height 8" x 10" wide.