Flowering in January in coastal NW California. 5 unfused petals, 5 stamen, 5 unfused sepals, fused stigma. Found in open meadow surrounded by dune forest.
Baby blue eyes?
From past files .
Mixed up with a filaree.
kingdom : plantae
divison : Magnoliophyta
family : Hydrophyllaceae
San Diego County, California, US
Nemophila menziesii, known commonly as baby blue eyes, is an annual herb native to California, Oregon, and Baja California. It is a spring wildflower with three varieties, two of which bear blue flowers. It is also cultivated in gardens. It can occasionally be found outside its native range as an introduced species, in Alaska, for example.