Wild Thyme - Sisyrinchium Striatum
Pale yellow-eyed grass, Sisyrinchium striatum, is a clump-forming perennial bearing fans of iris-like foliage, topped by clusters of pale yellow flowers with a darker yellow eye in June and July.
It thrives in sunny positions and well-drained soil, so makes a lovely addition to gravel gardens. It combines well with lime-greens, silvers and purples.
For best results, grow Sisyrinchium striatum in full sun in moist, well-drained soil. Will self-seed a little, so look out for seedlings, which can be left where they are or planted elsewhere.
Available in a 1.5L pot.
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