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The Western Yellow Eyed Grass is an herbacious perennial and form small clumps. The bright green and yellow looks great against stone and rock. Given the right conditions, it will self sow and spread readily.

Western Yellow Eyed Grass

  • Western Yellow Eyed Grass - Sisyrinchium californicum


    Size: 6-18'' tall, 6-12'' wide


    Growing Conditions: Full sun to part shade, moist soils.


    Features: Bright yellow flowers that bloom spoatically from late spring through summer and sometimes into fall, tolerates clay or sandy soils, deer and fire resistant, 


    Natural Habitat: Native to the Pacific Northwest, found mostly near the coast in moist soil or on the edge of wetlands. 


    Companion Plants: Western Hemlock, California huckleberry.

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