Heavy drops of dew still hung on the blue-eyed grass, sparkling in the sunlight like happy tears.
The blue-eyed grass is not a grass at all, but is so called on account of the grass-like leaves.
The blue-eyed grass is such a modest flower, one would never suspect it to be closely allied to the regal Iris.
Here he set growing dainty blue-eyed-Marys and blue-eyed grass side by side.
The most valued flower of my childhood, outside the garden, was a little sister of the Iris—the blue-eyed grass.
Here I found sorrel, cinque-foil, and a few bunches of blue-eyed grass growing.
Almost all the grass was blue-eyed grass, too, and there were yellow lilies all over the pool.