Nemophila spatulata, with the common names Sierra baby blue-eyes and Sierra nemophila, is a dicot in the family Boraginaceae.
It is found on slopes at elevations between 1,100–3,000 metres (3,600–9,800 ft), in meadows, road banks, and woodlands. It grows in the following plant communities:
- Yellow pine forest
- Red fir forest
- Lodgepole forest
Bioregional Distribution includes:
The flowers of Nemophila spatulata are bowl-shaped, white or blue and generally veined and dotted. The lobes are sometimes purple-spotted. The corolla is 2–8 mm long and 2–10 mm wide. The leaves are opposite, 5–30 mm long, and the petiole is winged. The lower blades have 3–5 lobes, are shallow and generally entire. The upper blade lobes have 3–5 triangular teeth.
- Calflora Database — Nemophila spatulata
- Jepson Manual Flora Project — Nemophila spatulata
- Nemophila spatulata— U.C. Photo gallery
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