2 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Yellow Mexican Satin Flower Overview
Sisyrinchium striatum is a unique plant with evergreen, iris-like, cream and grey-green striped foliage, produces pale cream flowers on upright stems in late spring. builds up in time into small, upright clumps. Once established this fully hardy plant is drought tolerant as it enjoys hot, dry conditions but also tolerates partial shade in well-drained, moist soil.
Common problems with Yellow Mexican Satin Flower
Generally, pest & disease free.
How to harvest Yellow Mexican Satin Flower
Generally not harvested
How to propagate Yellow Mexican Satin Flower
Divide clumps in early spring
Other uses of Yellow Mexican Satin Flower
Suits being grown informally in gravel gardens or between paving slabs, and is best gathered in isolated clumps on its own, combined with large cobblestones or similar architectural features.