Sisyrinchium angustifolium - Narrow Leaf Blue Eyed Grass
Although it is called a grass it is actually in the Iris family. Native to the eastern half of the US, ranging from Maine to Florida. It has beautiful blue flowers with a yellow center that appear in the spring. The foliage is light and green as looks like grass. Spreads some by seed by and is considered a slow spreader. In colder climates it will reach a height of 8 to 14 inches, it has been observed up to 2 feet tall is some warmer areas. Will tolerate moist or dry soils and prefers a half a day of sun or more to thrive.
Sun to Semi, Moist or Dry Soil, Spring, 8 – 14” Tall, Zones 3-10