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Sisyrinchium angustifolium

Botanical Name: Sisyrinchium angustifolium (added by Mark A. Cook, 10-MAY-06)


Botanical Synonyms:

N/A


Classification:

Irid (Mark A. Cook, 10-MAY-06)


Common Names:

N/A


Chromosome Count:

Blue Eyed Grass (Mark A. Cook, 10-MAY-06)


General Description:

Grass-like foliage with purple (rarely white) flowers in spring. (Mark A. Cook, 10-MAY-06)


Distinguishing Features:

N/A


Preferred Habitat:

Grassy fields and meadows (Mark A. Cook, 10-MAY-06)


Hardiness:

Zone 3 to 11 (Mark A. Cook, 10-MAY-06)


Native Range:

Eastern and Central USA and Canada (Mark A. Cook, 10-MAY-06)


Status in the Wild:

Varies depending on location. Common in Florida. (Mark A. Cook, 10-MAY-06)


Commercial Availability:

Native plant specialists, Irid related seed exchanges. (Mark A. Cook, 10-MAY-06)


Sources Cited:

N/A


Additional Comments:

Will self-seed. (Mark A. Cook, 10-MAY-06)

Where to buy it:


Elk Mountain Nursery
www.elk-mountain.com



Fraser's Thimble Farms
www.thimblefarms.com



Lazy S's Farm Nursery
www.lazyssfarm.com



Meadowbrook Nursery
www.we-du.com



Naturally Native Nursery
www.naturallynative.net



Plant Delights Nursery
www.plantdelights.com



Prairie Moon Nursery
www.prairiemoon.com



Shooting Star Nursery
www.shootingstarnursery.com



Sunlight Gardens
www.sunlightgardens.com



Toadshade Wildflower Farm
www.toadshade.com



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