Sisyrinchium bellum RP

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A grass-like California native perennial widely distributed throughout the state, from high-elevation forests to coastal bluffs. Grows in patches of 8 to 12 inch tall scalpel-like blades that are topped with pin-striped, indigo blue flowers in late winter and through spring. Summer dormant in most southern California gardens, but regular watering may delay or prevent dormancy, especially along the coast. Too much water during the warmer months will lead to root rot and mortality in virtually all inland areas. Tolerant of most soil types as long as they’re well-draining. Prefers full sun to part shade. Readily self sows. Various selections exist that are color variants/sections and dwarf. These include Rocky Point, Fort Bragg, San Simeon, and others.
Common Name:
Blue-eyed Grass
Mature Height:
8-12"
Mature Spread:
6-12"
Exposure:
Sun/Light Shade
Growth:
Drought Dormant
Flower Color:
Purple
Soil:
Well drained best
Foliage Color:
Green
Flower Time:
Winter - Spring