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Sisyrinchium Striatum

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By Simbad


Sisyrinchium Striatum (Sisyrinchium striatum (Sisyrinchium))



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I have this one.......Spritz!!!!!!!!!...coooo...eeeee.......lol

17 Jun, 2010

 

That is beautiful

17 Jun, 2010

amy
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Very nice .. :o)

17 Jun, 2010

 

lovely..mine`s just flowering too

17 Jun, 2010

 

Thanks everyone, love these :-)

17 Jun, 2010

 

Very nice Kathy, I have these and like them.

17 Jun, 2010

 

Have another quite unusual one called Palmifolium (bird of paradise sisyrinchium) not quite in flower yet, really lovely, got the seed from plantworld :-)

17 Jun, 2010

 

Sounds nice Kathy, I'll look forward to seeing the picture of that one too :-)
Good old Plant World.

17 Jun, 2010

 

We have this one, thanks for naming it.

17 Jun, 2010

 

:-)

18 Jun, 2010

 

At last found out what this plant is called! Now I know how to care for it and when to divide it at the one in the front garden needs doing.

23 Aug, 2010

 

Lovely plant isn't it Tanethra seeds all over the place here, even in cracks in the pavement :-)

23 Aug, 2010

 

Yeah Simbad, great plant and very hardy considering the winter we've had.

I did pick out a self seeded plant from the front garden and planted it in the back. Was thinking about planting some around the patio edge and dress the top with gravel would look great.

The centre of the one in the front has thinned out and looks due for dividing next spring. Is it a case of digging it up and spliting it and how many plants could you get from it?

26 Aug, 2010

 

Yes the flowering stem and leaves do tend to die after flowering,and look a bit messy,you should get quite a few plants if you split, each fan of leaves will make a new plant, even with a small amount of root I find they grow away, just cut the leaves back like you would an iris to prevent wind rock.

28 Aug, 2010



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