This California native blooms its heart out in masses of elegant, pure white 1-1.5” blooms. They positively engulf the 12” high and wide mass of scalloped foliage that occasionally sports white spots. I love to mix it with cousin Nemophila ‘Penny Black’ and Limnanthes douglasii “Meadow Foam” for a refreshingly different bloom-at-the-same-time color explosion. Add the flash of Papaver commutatum ‘Ladybird’... Garden magic! It makes a great bulb cover - imagine bright red tulips growing through these! Self-sows! Wonderful as edging, or in a container (at least 10” is best). An easy-to-grow Spring bloomer - just protect from snails.