Wildflower Gardening In Middle Tennessee
Beautiful! I absolutely love blue flowers.
I love this little plants. Also that it is in the iris family and not grass at all! Great shot!
Gail Hi !I have Blue Eyed grass too .. but will bloom later than yours .. also Yellow Eyed grass which I think was only an annual here .. plus white ? I think ?Great picture .. they are such cheerful little plants .. you have to love them !Joy
Hi Gail, that is one gorgeous photo, well done! SNOB is my favorite Charleston restaurant, how funny!Frances
gg!Me, too...and blue is hard to capture on film.
Dave,Thanks, now if only I could do that all the time! I tried with some yellow flowers and they just wash out and the stamens disappear!
Tina,It is a sweet little iris...I found him growing in the grass when I moved here.
Joy,Both are beautiful...I got a Yellow Star Grass that is native to Cedar Glades that is a little cutie pie. I do love them...when I moved into this house they were growing wild in the grass! I still find little babies there from time to time.
Frances,We knew we had good taste! I wish I could be consistent with photos sometime they work out and sometimes they don't. No muscle memory has developed! Have fun.....
Beautiful! i've never even heard of blue-eyed grass.
That's a gorgeous shot!! Glamor shot for flowers. :-)
Vertie,Here is a place to find out more. http://www.nativesoftexas.com/FlowersGroundCover/BlueEyedGrass.html
phillip,Thanks...not sure how I did it!
DP,She does look good, thank you! Some gardens are glamorous...not here but I have seen them!
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