This clump forming perennial is ideal for bringing texture and architecture to damp borders and bog gardens. Sisyrinchium californicum forms neat clumps of strappy, grey-green foliage. From June to August, a profusion of starry, golden flowers are borne above the foliage. Golden-eyed Grass has a relatively slow growth habit, gradually forming colonies of plants but rarely becoming a nuisance. #
* Please note that images are representative of the fully grown plant, and will require additional time and care to reach the pictured form.