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Blue-Eyed Grass
Sisyrinchium patagonicum

Iridaceae

Narrow green leaves form a grassy clump from which bloom single stems of star-shaped yellow flowers.

Plant Type: perennial

Plant Form or Habit: grass-like

Plant Use: In the front of beds and borders; as edging; in a wildflower garden.

Propagation:
seed
division
Light Requirement: full sun

Flower Color:
yellow
Bloom Period:
early summer
Height: Minimum: 12 inches      Maximum: 16 inches

Width: Minimum: 10 inches     Maximum: 12 inches

Foliage Texture: medium

USDA Hardiness Zone: 4

Water Requirements: average

Additional Comments: Growth habit is more loose and wild looking than that of S. angustifolum.


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