Common Name: Narrowleaf Blue-Eyed Grass
- Habit: Perennial Herb, Grass-Like
- Light: Part Shade (2-5 hrs. direct sun), Full Sun (5+ hrs. direct sun)
- Water Needs: Moist, Average, Dry
- Height: <1′
- Flower: Blue, Violet, May, Jun
- Fruit: Small greenish capsule similar to other lillies.
- Fall Color: No
- Natural Habitat: Woodland Edge, Grasslands/Prairies
Sisyrinchium angustifolium also known as Blue-Eyed grass is neither a grass nor blue-eyed. This clump forming member of the lily family consists of a mass of grass-like, slender basal leaves that put forth short stalks topped with small flowers. The flowers are very small, violet with six petals and a yellow center. When done blooming they are are followed by rounded seed pods. This plant is a great native landscaping alternative to monkey grass on borders and margins. Clumps can be divided every few years and planted in the desired configuration in fall.