Prairie Nymph

Prairie Nymph

Common name: Prairie Nymph

Latin name: Herbertia lahue (Molina) Goldblatt

Family: Iridaceae

Life Cycle: Perennial

Type: Grass-like

Description: Perennial herb that grows from a bulb. Linear leaves with sheathing bases that can be mistakend for a grass until it produces a bright lavender flower. This plant is native to Texas is not typically considered a weed.

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