Sisyrinchium californicum (Yellow-eyed Grass)

A clump forming perennial native to western North America (including Oregon) with flat, grass like leaves. Flowers are yellow or golden yellow with purple veins on the underside and bloom from May through early summer. Seeds freely unless spent flowers are removed. Deer resistant. Perennial.

Requirements: Full sun and well-draining soil. Drought tolerant.

Height: to 16 in.    Spread: to 8 in.