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A small delicate member of the Iris family, this little Bermudiana is the national flower of Bermuda.  In the spring it can be found growing everywhere wild.
Purple Bermudiana, a wild flower that grows only in Bermuda during spring season.
IRELAND - CIRCA 2007: a stamp printed in Ireland shows blue-eyed grass, sisyrinchium bermudiana, is a flowering plant that is indigenous to the Atlantic archipelago and Bermuda, circa 2007
A closeup shot of Bermudiana flowers on a black background
Nelson, South Island, New Zealand – August 23, 2012: Horizontal slanted view of the nineteenth Century Bermudiana cottage (originally local tradesman home, now accommodation) in historic South St
The Bermudiana is the national flower of Bermuda
Bermudiana Flowers only come out during spring season.
MOSCOW, RUSSIA - OCTOBER 4, 2019: Postage stamp printed in Bermuda shows Bermudiana, Flowers serie, circa 1970
Close-up of blue-eyed grass (Sisyrinchium bermudianum) flowers
Close-up of blue-eyed grass (Sisyrinchium bermudianum) flowers
Bermudiana Flowers only come out during spring season.
Sydney NSW Australia Dec 1st 2019 - Juniperus Bermudiana at Royal Botanic Gardens on a hazy summer afternoon
The bermudiana, the National flower of Bermuda in  the hand of a local tour guide.
"Satin flower" flowers (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
Bermudiana, Bermuda National Flower
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
Purple Bermudiana, a wild flower that grows only in Bermuda during spring season.
Bermudiana Flowers only come out during spring season.
Bright purple Bermudiana blooms in a field of green
Bermudiana Flowers only come out during spring season.
Bermudiana Flowers only come out during spring season.
Purple Bermudiana, a wild flower that grows only in Bermuda during spring season.
Purple Bermudiana, a wild flower that grows only in Bermuda during spring season.
Purple Bermudiana, a wild flower that grows only in Bermuda during spring season.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" flowers (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" flowers (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" flowers (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" flowers (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" flowers (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" flowers (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" flowers (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" flowers (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
"Satin flower" flowers (or Pale yellow-eyed-grass, Pigroot, Rush Lily) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Sisyrinchium Striatum (Syn Phaiophelps Nigricans), native to Argentina and Chile.
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