- Usually Flowers : July, August
A striking variety with clumps of narrow arching leaves- maturing to a coppery-bronze colour. Brown flower spikes are borne midsummer. Great architectural form in a herbaceous border. Full sun/ part shade in a well drained soil.
Synthyris missurica stellata
- Usually Flowers : March, April, May
Evergreen, rhizomatous perennial forming mounds of rounded, kidney-shaped, deep green leaves. Abundant spikes of bell-shaped, dark violet-blue flowers. March to May. Ht.25cm.(10in.). Grow in part to full shade and moist, well-drained soil. Good for woodland plantings, front of shady borders, rock gardens and peat beds.