|Phacelia grandiflora produces upright, densely-flowered cymes of spreading, upward pointing, bell-shaped, lilac-blue or white flowers in summer. Leaves are coarsely toothed and medium green, up to 8 inches long. Habit is compact, erect and intricately branched. The fragrant flowers on this plant attract bees. Requires well-drained soil and full sun. Deep waterings help extend bloom season. May directly sow seeds into soil in late fall or early spring. Can be started in pots too.