sisyrinchium angustifolium (blue-eyed grass) native

Size: 1 litre

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  • AKA sisyrinchium graminoides
  • forms a dense mounding clump of green blades
  • clusters of showy blue flowers are even with the top of the foliage
  • bloom time: late spring
  • though it is called a grass, and looks like a grass, this plant is in the iris family
  • zone 5
  • height 45-50cm
  • spread 10-15cm 
  • colour blue, violet-blue
  • sisyrinchium is best grown in a moist but not wet soil, in full sun to partial shade
  • they will self-seed in optimum conditions, so it is best to remove the flowers before they seed
  • plants should be divided every few years to maintain health
  • full sun, partial sun/shade
  • rabbit resistant
  • deer resistant
  • native to ontario
  • rock garden
  • ground cover
  • (image courtesy of NVK nurseries, NVK holdings inc.)