Blue-Eyed Grass
(sisyrinchium montanum)


Flower

Whole Plant

Identification
Flower Six deep purple tepals with pointy tips and a recessed yellow centre
Plant One flower atop a stem with grass-like leaves
Uses The roots have been used to create a tea for diarrhoea, and the rest of the plant to treat stomach problems.
Other Notes Member of the Iris family (Iridaceae).

Sightings

Wind Ridge

Bow Valley
July 20, 2008

Nose Hill

Calgary, grassland
21 June 2012

Nose Hill

Calgary, grassland
21 June 2012



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