Postdispersal seed predation on Sisyrinchium
arenarium (Iridaccae) at two elevations in the central Chilean Andes.
Heather Hare (via email) Hi Heather, Yes, I think this is Sisyrinchium
striatum, commonly known as blue-eyed grass.
These could include flowering shrubs, a ryegrass lawn, and sturdy perennials and ground cover such as begonias, periwinkle, sisyrinchium
and ornamental grasses.
Narrow-leaf Blue-eyed-grass, Sisyrinchium
GROWING ORGANIC: (From left) Eryngium, delphinium and sisyrinchium
A couple more "irisy" plants are Gynandiris sisyrinchium
and Hermodactylus tuberosus.
A THE photograph you sent to me shows a form of Sisyrinchium
Striatum called Aunt May, which originated in Devon.
Two of the species, Sisyrinchium
mentanum (Iridacese) and Leontodon autumnalis (Asteracese), are considered rare in Ocean County.
hirta, laciniata, triloba), Sabatia angularis, Sisyrinchium
albidum, Solidago spp.
State-listed endangered Comptonia peregrina (sweet fern), Hypericum adpressum (shore Saint John's-wort), Polygonum careyi (Carey's smartweed), Rubus setosus (bristly blackberry), Sisyrinchium
atlanticum (eastern blue-eyed grass), and Viola primulifolia (primrose violet) were observed.
lundelliana Constance Iridaceae Sisyrinchium