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Despite its name, Blue-eyed Grass isn’t actually grass. It’s a perennial flower that belongs to the iris family.
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Blue-eyed flowers come in shades of blue, violet, white, or yellow, depending on the species.
Full sun or partial shade
Can grow in most types of soil
Can survive as perennials in USDA zones 4-9.
Fertilize once a month during spring and summer
Pinching or pruning is optional
Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged
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