Baby Blue Eyes is a low growing flower that is native to both California and Oregon. This flower can be planted in an area that receives partial shade. It can also be started indoors. Baby Blue Eyes favor cool temperatures and moist soil and need to be planted in an area that does not receive direct sunlight, but will still get some sun exposure. The northern side of a building or structure would work well. Baby Blue Eyes should be fall planted in zones 7-10 and will provide a burst of early spring color.
*You may want to add a filler such as sand or potting soil with your seeds before planting to help spread them more evenly and cover more area