Olsynium douglasii (Grass Widows)

Family: Iridaceae
Zone:5 - 9
Natural Range: Pacific Northwest
Soil:  Average, humus rich, well drained.  Summer Dry
Light: Part shade, sun
Height: 6"-10"
Bloom Time:  February to April
Pest Resistance:  Deer, Rabbit
Attributes: Deciduous.  Grass like winter foliage, summer dormant.  Purple - lavender flowers in early spring.
Notes:  Grows in open forest from coast to mid elevations.  In the wild Olsynium douglasii grows in moss with grass, Goodyera, Polypodium and Erythronium.  A great plant for the rock garden.

Pot Size:  4" Band Pot