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Despite its name, Blue-eyed grass is actually in the iris family! This version, Suwanee, spreads robustly to form a large clump. It has cheerful little light blue flowers in April-May, offering nectar then later seeds, for pollinators and birds. This plant is particularly adept at holding the perimeter of your garden beds or meadows, forming a dense groundcover that keeps weeds such as invasive grasses from creeping in.

Blue-eyed grass (Suwannee)

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