A small 8' x 4' raised bed in my veggie garden is designated as my wildflower bed. The seeds to start the bed came from the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and so I think of it as my Lady Bird bed.
I went online looking for other pictures of gilias and the closest thing I could find to my plant was something called 'Bird's-eye Gilia.' However, that plant is a native of California and I couldn't understand why it would be in a packet of Texas wildflower seed. There may be another native Texan that looks similar but I haven't found it yet. The one thing that I am pretty sure of is that it is a gilia, which is a member of the Phlox Family (Polemoniaceae). According to the information in the guide book, these plants bloom sporadically from March to October, so I look forward to seeing its lovely face throughout the season.