Description This wildflower is in the Iris family.It is a grass-like plant, forming small clumps. Leaves are mostly basal, linear and bright green. Six-petaled, violet-blue, starlike flowers are solitary or in small clusters at the tip of long flowering stalks. Plants grow 6-15 in. tall.It flowers from May - July, in moist, sandy meadows and open woods.Its range is Quebec to British Columbia, south to New Jersey, n. Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, and New Mexico.Exposure Preference Sun.Native Distribution Quebec to British Columbia, s. to New Jersey, n. Indiana, Iowa, Kansas & ColoradoSite Preference Moist, sandy meadows & open woodsSoil Preference Sandy soils.Photographed near a small mountaintop pond in Mountaindale, New York, USA
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