Close cousins to the garden iris, Sisyrinchium ‘Devon Skies’ grow in a habit of sword-shaped elongated green leaves, producing purple flowers with a dark blue stigma and a yellow head. Devon Skies can be propagated by splitting the clumps every 3 to 4 years. A hardy plant, it is great for use in rocky areas or as an edging or a low border plant, or in a small clump planted in a pot.


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Sisyrinchium Devon Skies

AU$15.50Price
Pot Size
    • Place plant in Full Sun environments.
      Mulch well after planting to retain moisture.
    • Plant in loamy soil and sandy conditions that have good drainage.
    • Drought Tolerant plant, water occasionally (2x per week) when establishing the plant.
      Water sparingly (1x per week) in general care.
      Allow soil to dry between watering sessions.
    • Fertilize annually during spring with long lasting fertilizer.
    • Remove dead flowers and foliage when necessary.


    Tolerant of these conditions
    Heat Conditions, Drought Conditions, Mild Frost Conditions

    NOT Tolerant of these conditions
    Mild Humid Conditions

     

  • Botanical Name

    Sisyrinchium angustifolium

    Plant Type

    Grass or Grass Like, Ground Cover

    Mature Growth Dimensions

    (Height x Spread)

    30 cm x 30 cm

    Sun Exposure

    Full Sun

    Waterwise?

    Yes

    Bird / Wildlife Attracting?

    No

    Australian Native?

    No

    Deciduous or Evergreen?

    Evergreen

    Perennial?

    Yes

    Foliage Type

    Strappy, sword shaped clump

    Foliage Colour

    Green

    Flowering?

    Yes, Composite

    Flower Colour

    Blue, Yellow

    Flowering Season

    Spring, Summer

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