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Wildflowers
by common name

Blue-eyed Grass
Blue-eyed Grass
Sisyrinchium
Meadow wildflower that can often be found on the shoulder of the road.

Member of the Iris Family with stiff grass like foliage. Flower petals are tipped with a point and the fruit is a small round pod.

Requirements:

Soil Type: - sandy loam
Soil ph: Neutral
Water: - Moist to Dry
Light: - Full sun - Partial shade
Propagation: - Division

Characteristics:

Height: - 4 - 12+ inches
Time of bloom: - May - June
Flower colors: - Violet / Blue with a yellow center
Transplants: - Easily

Blue-eyed Grass