Star-like flowers are violet-blue with a yellow center and reach 1" in diameter over grass-like blades. Sisyrinchium Lucerne will rebloom sporadically in late summer if conditions are favorable. The fine grassy foliage will soften and provide texture and contrast in rock gardens or draped over retaining walls.
Sisyrinchium are semi-evergreen perennials with narrow leaves that appear to be an ornamental grass, but actually belong to the Iris family. Noted for violet-blue flowers with yellow eyes on branched flowering stems. Plants will gradually expand as self-sowing at the base occurs.
Tolerates a wide range of soils as long as well drained in winter. Can be sheared back after flowering. If desired divide after flowering.