Sisyrinchium bellum ‘North Coast’
“Blue-Eyed-Grass”

 

Sisyrinchium bellum ‘North Coast’“Blue-Eyed-Grass”Sisyrinchium bellum ‘North Coast’“Blue-Eyed-Grass”

With the largest flowers I’ve ever seen & the longest bloom season you could ever hope for, we are totally excited to offer this extraordinary native “Blue Eyed- Grass” discovered near Gualala, CA. Topped with HUGE 1-1.5” starry purple-blue yellow eyed flowers. Extremely easy & reliably perennial, this low & dense grassy groundcover (and Iris relative) is sand & CLAY tolerant & grows well under oaks. Normally deciduous during the dry season, ours bloomed Spring all the way to Fall with Summer water & one cut-back in June. Spreads slowly and easy to divide! Deer resistant! Hardy to 10° F. To 8” high & 12” wide.

Annie

 

Sun-Brt. Shade 


Avg/Low Water
drought tolerantdeer resistant

Perennial
USDA Zones 8-11