Scientific name
Iris versicolor
Also Known As
Harlequin blueflag, Larger blueflag, Northern blueflag, poison flag
This wildflower blooms violet flowers in May, June, and July, and is known to attract butterflies and hummingbirds. When the flowers are not present, this wildflower has distinctly narrow, wide, long leaves that end in a point.

Scientific name
Sisyrinchium campestre
A white flower with 6 pointed petals which occurs in prairies and fields, especially in dry sandy sites. Called prairie blue eyed grass because it is more drought tolerant than other species of blue-eyed grass. You can distinguish this species by it having only one umbel of white flowers per stem. Iris family.

Scientific name
Iris douglasiana
Douglas iris are perennial herbs growing from a creeping, tuberous rhizome with long, linear leaves with parallel venation. Flower stems are erect with pale cream to light, dark lavender or deep reddish purple flowers from May to June.

Scientific name
Iris tenax
Flower varies from white to deep purple, and occasionally yellow. Grows in open, grassy places. The slender leaves are often mistaken for grass when plant is not in bloom.

Scientific name
Sisyrinchium bellum
This drought resistant wildflower is related to iris. It varies in height from about 7 -46 m (3-18 in). The flowers are small and usually purplish-blue, but occasionally white-flowering plants are found. Individual flowers last only one day but are produced in great quantities. The leaves are narrow and sword-shaped (grass-like), occurring in fan-like sprays.