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Does anyone know what variety of Sysirinchium this? (Well, I think that's what is anyway!) It can't be more than about 7-8" and tends to only flower when the sun's on it.





My guess would be for Sisyrinchium brachypus. It is low and tends to be rather grass-like and the flowers are on rather thin stems.

21 Jul, 2011


Looks like my Sisyrinchium californicum brachypus

21 Jul, 2011


Thanks to both of you - that's actually what I was thinking but you've confirmed that.

Thanks again.

21 Jul, 2011

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