No. 5984 Blue-eyed Grass

Lake Martin, Breaux Bridge, Louisiana

Blue-eyed Grass belongs to the iris family and produces a tiny flower, measuring about one-half inch across. Even tinier than this flower was the fly sitting on it. In the Spring, these grow in abundance along the path that surrounds Lake Martin. They are joined by several species of wildflower in shades of purple, yellow, and white.