SISYRINCHIUM SEEDS

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  1. SISYRINCHIUM ANGUSTIFOLIUM

    Sisyrinchium angustifolium is a dwarf iris relative, that could easily be mistaken for a clump of grass were it not for the yellow-centred, bright blue star-like flowers that appear in succession from May until August. In the wild it grows in mid western & eastern North America, from New Foundland & Quebec to Florida & Texas. Over time it can spread slowly by seed, but it never seems to become an unwelcome intruder in any sunny location. Alternatively, clumps can be divided in early spring. ... Learn More

    $3.01

  2. SISYRINCHIUM ANGUSTIFOLIUM ALBUM

    This is the rarer pure white-flowered form of this dwarf iris relative that could easily be mistaken for a clump of grass. It bears masses of yellow-centred, pure white, star-like flowers that appear in succession from May until August. In the wild it grows in mid western & eastern North America, from Newfoundland & Quebec to Florida & Texas. Over time it can spread slowly by seed, but it never seems to become an unwelcome intruder in any sunny location. Alternatively, clumps can be divided in early spring. ... Learn More

    $3.07

  3. SISYRINCHIUM BELLUM ALBUM

    One of the smaller sisyrinchiums with short stems holding sprays of golden-eyed,pure white starry flowers. These plants may gently self-seed but very rarely become a nuisance! ... Learn More

    $3.52

  4. SISYRINCHIUM BRACHYPUS

    From tufts of grass-like leaves grow thin stems carrying numerous yellow star-like flowers. A very welcome self-seeder and colonist which will produce its tiny "irises" where little else will grow, even on hot dry banks or pathedges! ... Learn More

    $3.20

  5. SISYRINCHIUM CALIFORNICUM

    Not really a grass, these gorgeous tiny plants are close cousins of the familiar garden Irises. They make slowly spreading colonies in almost any position but never seem to become a problem with their bright yellow, star-like flowers on grassy foliage from spring through early summer. They are native to the west coast of the USA from British Columbia to California, often colonising edges of bogs and in moist grasslands. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  6. SISYRINCHIUM DEPAUPERATUM

    Spays of thin grassy stems support quite exquisite white starry heads with the slightest hint of peach, each star having a dark purple, almost black eye, which bleeds thinly into the centre of each petal. These lovely plants do best if given room of their own in an open, well-drained spot as they hate being crowded. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  7. SISYRINCHIUM IDAHOENSE

    Close cousins of the familiar garden Irises, these gorgeous diminutive plants make slowly spreading colonies in almost any position. With spectacular yellow-throated, darker-veined violet flowers they never seem to become a problem with their star-like blooms on grassy foliage which appear from spring through early summer, when they will make compact-clumping, long-lived additions to any garden. ... Learn More

    $3.07

  8. SISYRINCHIUM MACROCARPUM

    This very showy plant has some of the largest flowers in its genus, producing large cups of bright yellow, with a beautifully contrasting purple-brown ring inside. Coupled with short stems, this is probably the most attractive yellow sisyrinchium obtainable. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  9. SISYRINCHIUM MIXED

    A well-filled, very generous packet containing a mixture of our white, yellow, blue and violet species (but excluding S. striatum). Simply sprinkle onto a gravel path or drab area for inexpensive and perpetual colour from these colourful dwarf iris relatives. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  10. SISYRINCHIUM PALMIFOLIUM

    A Plant World introduction. The "Bird-Of-Paradise" sisyrinchium can carry up to one hundred large golden stars on each magnificent head composed of repeatedly branching, broad stems, giving an endless display of large, yellow saucer-shaped flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  11. SISYRINCHIUM PATAGONICUM

    Delicate, bright primrose to golden-yellow flowers with reflexed petals and a deep brown or garnet-purple throat open in early spring, above very slender "iris-type" foliage. It has been observed that these are reminiscent of miniature Lilium nepalense flowers! They are easy-to-grow in a well drained, peaty soil with grit, and are extremely hardy, in keeping with the bitterly cold Andean regions to which the name alludes. ... Learn More

    $4.10

  12. SISYRINCHIUM STRIATUM

    Slender spikes bear numerous yellow-eyed palest buttermilk flowers, with purple veining on the reverse. Attractive iris-like clumps of grey-green foliage. Ideal for naturalising. Easy with this large packet. ... Learn More

    $3.39

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