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Blue-Eyed Grass forms attractive, upright rosettes of iris-like foliage. Each branched stem terminates in umbrels of starry blue florets that emerge from leaf-like bracts. Blooming begins in late spring and continues for 2 months or more. Blue-Eyed Grass is low maintenance and an excellent choice as a groundcover or edging for cottage gardens and perennial borders. It is striking when massed. Missouri Botanical Garden, Plant of Merit, 2020.

Sisyrinchium angustifolium, Blue-Eyed Grass

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