Published on June 7, 2012 by Casey
Bright blue, star-shaped flowers with gold centers rise above fine, semi-evergreen, iris-like foliage from May to June. Use it at the front of a border, in rock gardens, to line pathways or at the woodland’s edge. Excellent for edging.
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Grassy openings; Newfoundland to Minnesota south to Texas and Florida.
Sisyrinchium is native to sand plain prairies, one of the world’s most imperiled ecotypes. Places like Cape Cod or the Jersey Pine Barrens are delicate ecosystems home to this and many other rare and endangered species.
• Filtered Shade
Soil Moisture Preference
• Beneficial insects
• Late Spring / Early Summer
• Deer Resistant
• Ground cover
• Rock garden