Blue Eyed Grass


More from my walk along the coast in Sonoma County.

Sisyrinchium bellum
Blue Eyed Grass

In cultivation these get quite large, clumps to 1 ft., with dozens of blooms for months on end. In these more natural, i.e. harsh, conditions, they’re tiny little plants with one flower at a time. But the flowers are just as blue as ever.

In this closeup we can see the pollen. Seems like some bees have been by here recently. Unless it was the cows nearby that were pollinating the flowers.


    
    
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