Nemophila pedunculata is a common annual wildflower found throughout western North America. Its common names include littlefoot nemophila and meadow nemophila.
Nemophila pedunculata grows low to the ground, with a fleshy stem and thick, bristly leaves. The flowers are tiny, only about a centimeter wide. They are a broad bell shape and they vary widely in color. Some are blue, but most are white with a variety of markings, including small blue streaks or speckles, or an eye-catching purple spot at the tip of each petal.
- Jepson Manual Treatment — Nemophila pedunculata
- Calflora Database: Nemophila pedunculata (littlefoot nemophila, meadow nemophila)
- Nemophila pedunculata — UC Photo gallery
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