Yellow Sisyrinchium

Peter Taggart petersirises@gmail.com
Sat, 22 Jun 2013 15:26:39 PDT
S. palmifolium is worth persisting with, I believe that there are various
forms, with a lot of variation in plant  size. S macrocarpum in a good form
is a lovely plant, much better than the S patagonicum which I once grew but
have only a hazy memory of.
S striatum tends to be short lived here too, but seedlings turn up in
cultivaded soil and a large stand of it can be very impressive. It doesn't
like dank winters and the leaves turn black one by one- I think this may be
fungal?
Peter (UK)

On Sat, Jun 22, 2013 at 6:03 PM, James Waddick <jwaddick@kc.rr.com> wrote:

> Dear PBSers,
>
>         Over the years I have tried a few yellow flowered Sisyrinchium
> with very mixed to poor results.
> someone to try some hybrids of hardy species with S. American selections.
>
>         Anyone else try other yellow sp to compare in Zone 6?
>
>         Still seeking that perfect plant.                       Best  Jim
> W.
>
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