Olsynium douglasii


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Grass widow is close to Sisyrinchium taxonomically, but possesses a grace and charm that’s lacking in many blue-eyed grasses. It’s also a bit larger and much earlier blooming, opening its nodding to erect, violet-purple flowers on foot-tall scapes in late winter or early spring. Porous soil is advised in areas with significant summer rainfall. Steppe/Montane; N California to S British Columbia. Zone 6.

Photo: Matt Lavin, licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0


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