Sisyrinchium angustifolium Miller - Blue-eyed Grass
Family - Iridaceae
Flowering - March - June.
Habitat - Wet, grassy flatwoods, moist fields and prairies, ditches.
Origin - Native to North America.
Other information - This attractive species can be found scattered throughout much of Alabama. This perennial plant can be identified by its flattened scapes and multiple spathes and flowers of the inflorescence. The scapes of this species are 3mm or more wide.
Photographs taken of Hwy 22, Bay County, FL., 3-29-05.