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Aristea ecklonii

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Iridaceae
Genus  Aristea
Order  Asparagales
Subfamily  Aristeoideae
Rank  Species
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Similar  Aristea, Nivenioideae, Asparagus scandens, Ageratina riparia, Trimezia steyermarkii

Aristea ecklonii (common names: blue flies, blue stars, blue-eyed iris, blue corn-lily) is a plant species in the Iridaceae, first described in 1866. It is native to central and southern Africa from South Africa north to Cameroon and Tanzania. The plant is an evergreen perennial with small, blue flowers, growing in clumps with upright, grass-like leaves 15-18 in (38–46 cm) in height.

It is an invasive species in high mountain forests of Sri Lanka near Nuwara Eliya and Horton Plains. It is also an invasive in Australia.

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