5 pieces of Sisyrinchium Devon Skies sent barerooted in damp newspaper in a plastic bag to conserve moisture. Height to 25 cms. Small sky blue flowers spring to summer. Sun. Great for rockery.
To 20 cms. Bright white buttons of double flowers held on thin wiry stems above narrow green foliage. Sun. Rockery. Winter dormant.
To 45 cms. Compact and late flowering with large, fluffy, cornflower-like blue flowers late summer to autumn. Sun. Suits moist, sandy but well-drained soil, good drought tolerance. Not too wet in winter. Remove spent flowering stems to encourage additional blooms. Rock garden, front of border, cottage garden. Winter dormant.
Popular variety. Clumps of handsome dark green foliage, which colours well in autumn. The flowers are rich violet-blue, heavily veined on 60 cm stalks in midsummer. Sun/part shade. Clump forming hardy perennial. Winter dormant.
To 75 cms. Lance-shaped leaves and panicles of pretty, fragrant, white flowers with a pink blush, in summer and autumn. Moist but free draining soil in sun or light shade. Some winter dormancy.