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Sisyrinchium can be annuals or rhizomatous perennials forming a clump of narrowly sword-shaped leaves with erect stems carrying solitary or clustered, star-shaped or bell-shaped flowers in Spring or Summer. Flowers are blue, yellow, mauve or white. Grow smaller species in a rock garden or gravel area, taller species in a herbaceous border

  1. Sisyrinchium Californicum

    Sisyrinchium Californicum 2 Litre Pot


    Sisyrinchium Californicum are semi-evergreen perennials, leaves are grass-like and during Spring and Summer bears bright yellow flowers

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