blue-eyed grass


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plant with grasslike foliage and delicate blue flowers

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Elfin thyme makes up most of the green "mortar," but Smith tucked in a few surprises as well, such as blue-eyed grass, lemon thyme, and sea pink (Armeria maritima) as "purposeful accidents" to make the grid seem less controlled.
The gardens you've designed are being stocked with beautiful plants that are native to Manhattan, like Bluebells, Blue-eyed Grass, Blue Wood Aster.
Try Arctostaphylos, blue-eyed grass, bush anemone, Fremontodendron, Heuchera, mahonia, monkey flower, Pacific Coast iris, Penstemon heterophyllus purdyi, Salvia clevelandii, and Western columbine.
1943 in Jasper, Indiana); Blue-Eyed Grass (1997) is a critical review of the German past, both personal and political; Bittersweet Along the Expressway features the author's current life at his latest place of residence.
Hikers will spot ceanothus, mountain mahogany, yucca, California lilac, manzanita, black sage, holly-leaf cherry, sumac, chamise, serviceberry, lemonade berry, Christmas berry, wild buckwheat, sticky-leaf monkey flower, popcorn flower, woolly blue curls, dudleya, owl's clover, blue-eyed grass, ferns and a shady grove of bays, oaks and sycamores.
It has reddish purple flowers and makes a wonderful complement to more familiar Sisrynchiums such as blue-eyed grass (Sisrynchium bellum) and yellow-eyed grass (Sisrynchium californicum).