Clusters of beautiful violet-blue flowers appear in spring on stalks emerging from very attractive grass-like leaves. The plants are fairly easy to grow and will gradually form larger clumps that will impress as a border planting, rock garden, edging along paths or cottage gardens. Interestingly enough, blue-eyed grass belongs to the iris family and not the grass family.
Genotype is unknown from the greater Midwest
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