Phacelia fremontii (Frémont's phacelia) is a flowering plant in the family Boraginaceae, native to California and the Southwestern United States. Its range includes the Mojave Desert, San Joaquin Valley, and chaparral habitats.  It was named for John C. Frémont.
Phacelia fremontii is an annual plant growing 7-30 cm tall, with deeply lobed or compound leaves 1.5-5 cm long. The flowers are blue to lavender with a yellow throat, 7-15 mm long (rarely to 20 mm). The plant grows in gravelly and sandy soils in most of the desert. It can also be found in varied mountain, valley, and plateau habitat types.
- Jepson Flora Project — Phacelia fremontii
- USDA Plants Profile: Phacelia fremontii
- Phacelia fremontii — Photo gallery
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