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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Today's Flowers,April 19

Blue Eyed Grass
Sisyrinchium atlanticum





Blue Eyed Grass is beautiful mounding plant,and is a water-friendly, Florida native.It grows in full to partial sun.
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18 comments:

Sandra said...

Beautiful and very simple...perfect for Sunday evening!

VALKYRIEN said...

They are so tiny! Very qute flower!

Kendris said...

Such dainty beauties! Thanks for sharing!

Naturegirl said...

Such a delightful delicate flower! I love growing ornamental grasses in my garden!

Arija said...

So pretty. What is it about blue flowers that makes them so special?

Sherry said...

I have always loved these delicate little flowers, and I like the foliage as well. Very pretty!

VALKYRIEN said...

Hallo again! You asked what kind of flower I have on my blog today; I believe it is called "Spring Flower" in English. The Latin name is Hepatica Nobilis. It is a protected flower in Norway; you are not allowed to pick it. The reason they formate very slow - and we are building homes where they grow! Sad - they where very common here in my childhood.

Coca Cutie said...

Its the first time i'm seeing one. Too beautiful!

Ladynred said...

Interesting grass with delicate flower!
http://agring.blogspot.com/2009/04/mini-dwarf-iris.html

Bim said...

Thee look very sweet and fragile. I especially like the second pic.

mimi said...

lovely blue flowers. thanks for sharing.

Denise said...

Beautiful! Great photos of a very delicate little flower and grass. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a nice comment. Thank you also for sharing with Today's Flowers.

Tulip said...

lovely blue eyed flowers. thanks for sharing!

Titania said...

I love them, have planted them and lost them. They just disappeared. My heavy clay soil might have been to much for their daintiness.

Carletta said...

Love the closeup!
So tiny and delicate.

Thanks for paying me a visit.

Gayle said...

I absolutely love this grass. It has such large blades...and the flowers are a bonus.

Dani said...

They are one of my favorite natives!

Abe Lincoln said...

Beautiful flowers. Nice photography.

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Abe Lincoln
Brookville, Ohio

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