Family: Boraginaeceae, forget-me-not family
Genus, species: Phacelia purshii
Also known as Miami Mist
Leaves are up to 5 inches long, pinnately divided. Leaflets are ovate or oblong.
Flowers are pale lavender or light blue with fringed petals. Flowers are produced in clusters. Anthers are brownish.
Fruit is an ovoid seed capsule.
Phacelia is from the Latin for "cluster," referring to the clustered flowers. The species, purshii, is named for Frederick Traugott Pursh (1774-1820), a German-American botanist.