Formerly known as Sisyrinchium bermudianum
Spiky, dark green, grass-like foliage gives way to bright purplish-blue, star-like flowers. Though they bloom the heaviest in late spring and early summer, the plants may continue to bloom sporadically all summer long.
This is a great little plant for accents along walkways or in rockeries. It has a very unique look. Though it looks like it belongs to the grass family of plants, it is actually a relative of the Iris family.