Leaves of (Blue-eyed) Grass

Soft stars of sapphire

Small yet striking sapphire-to-amethyst flowers on the ends of a few blades of blue-eyed grass (some member of the genus Sisyrinchium).

These woodland gems were poking up through some of the brighter green ground cover just off a path that cuts between the park and a large field by the township library.

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One Response to Leaves of (Blue-eyed) Grass

  1. Pingback: Two “Grasses” of interest | Nantahala Natives

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