Northern Blue-eyed Grass
An unusual & delicate flower in the Iris family, this Blue-eyed grass bears 1-5 steel-blue flowers with tiny yellow centers at the end of each leaf-like stem from May through July, leaves are stout & grass-like - less than 1/4" wide & up to 1' long, the plant has a loosely tufted appearance created by ‘fans’ of leaves, nectar and pollen source for native bees, makes a neat ground cover, spreads by seed.
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-8b
Native Range: se. Newfoundland, s. QC, & s. ON south to FL & e. TX
Germination - Easy: Surface sow in summer or Cold Stratify 9 weeks
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