|Sisyrinchium angustifolium||Iris Family||Iridaceae|
|May - July||Common|
Description: From 6 inches to 1.5 foot tall. Leaves appear grass like but a closer look toward the base of the plant shows the resemblance to the all familiar iris leaves (Fan shape). Flowers have 6 petals each tipped with a small point. Color varies from light blue to violetFruit is a small round pod.
Location: Sandy soil, clearings, low roadsides
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