Yellow Sisyrinchium?

Justin Smith
Wed, 21 Apr 2010 12:47:47 PDT
If it was not for Sisyrinchium rosulatum I would not have anything green in my back yard. lol 


I am still looking for that yellow one to bloom again. I don't know the exact plant but I have the area down to about 10 square inches. I will post it once/if I get it. 




Woodville, TX 8b/9a






> Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2010 09:36:37 -0700
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> Subject: Re: [pbs] Yellow Sisyrinchium?
> In Louisiana, the blooming of S. rosulatum signifies spring for me. I have
> seen color forms anywhere from blue (which is most common) to yellow, to a
> rare pink form. The blue ones weave themselves amongst the St. Augustine
> grass in the lawn. It would be so fantastic to have a lot more of them.
> Nhu
> Berkeley, CA
> On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 6:37 AM, Alani Davis <> wrote:
> > Just an FYI on taxonomy. Sisyrinchium exile is the same as S. rosulatum to
> > which it is now considered a synonym. I learned it as S. exile too but it
> > has been change. Most of ones I have in my yard are very pale blue to to
> > cream with a bluish eye. I wish I had a nice lemon yellow form! :)
> >
> > Alani
> >
> >
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