Blue Eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium bellum) Plug Flat
Blue Eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium bellum) Plug Flat
Blue Eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium bellum) Plug Flat

Blue-eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium bellum)
• Season: Perennial
• USDA Zones: 4 – 9
• Height: 6 – 12 inches
• Bloom Season: Spring
• Bloom Color: Blue-Purple
• Environment: Partial to Full sun
• Soil Type: Moist, well-drained, pH 6.1 – 7.5

50 count Plug Flat

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Grass, Feather Reed, Karl Foerster Liners
Grass, Feather Reed, Karl Foerster Liners
Grass, Feather Reed, Karl Foerster Liners

Feather Reed Grass resembles wheat with its fluffy flower plumes; purplish-pink in late June, beige by August and last through winter. Dense, narrow, upright, clump former; dull green, coarse textured foliage to 2½-3’ and flower stalks 4 feet tall; very nice. Plant in sun or light shade.

Best in full sun.  Drought tolerant.

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Grass, Feather Reed, Overdam Liners
Grass, Feather Reed, Overdam Liners
Grass, Feather Reed, Overdam Liners

Feather Reed Grass resembles wheat with its fluffy flower plumes; purplish-pink in late June, beige by August and last through winter. Dense, narrow, upright, clump former; dull green, coarse textured foliage to 2½-3’ and flower stalks 4 feet tall; very nice. Plant in sun or light shade.

Best in full sun.  Drought tolerant.

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Grass, Festuca, Boulder Blue Plug Flat
Grass, Festuca, Boulder Blue Plug Flat
Grass, Festuca, Boulder Blue Plug Flat

Festuca ovina ‘Boulder Blue’ 

Intensely blue and slightly more compact with a tighter habit than Elijah Blue.

Low tufted grass with many stems and fine bluish-silver leaves. They are very drought hardy and are great in clumps in borders, containers, and rock gardens. A great looking non-invasive grass.

Clumps should be divided every three to four years to maintain appearance. 

Space 6-9″ apart and mulch to prevent weeds. 

Similar to Green Festuca.  They look great together with their contrasting colors.

Best in full sun.  Drought tolerant.  Deer resistant.  Evergreen.

Zone: 4a-10

50 count plug flat

Back orders require 8-10 weeks depending on season

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Grass, Festuca, Elijah Blue Plug Flat
Grass, Festuca, Elijah Blue Plug Flat
Grass, Festuca, Elijah Blue Plug Flat

Low tufted grass with many stems and fine bluish-silver leaves. They are very drought hardy and are great in clumps in borders, containers, and rock gardens. A great looking non-invasive grass.

Clumps should be divided every three to four years to maintain appearance. 

Space 6-9″ apart and mulch to prevent weeds. 

Similar to Green Festuca.  They look great together with their contrasting colors.

Best in full sun.  Drought tolerant.

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Grass, Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gracillimus’ Liners (Eulalia grass)
Grass, Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gracillimus’ Liners (Eulalia grass)
Grass, Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gracillimus’ Liners (Eulalia grass)

Eulalia grass (Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gracillimus’)

 

This highly ornamental grass forms a graceful, upright mound of narrow green foliage that stays attractive from summer right through the winter. Copper-pink seed plumes appear in late fall. The foliage dries and turns a light tan shade for the winter. Useful as a specimen, in the border, or for mass planting.

 

Divide these grasses in spring or early fall.  These grasses can be transplanted at any time of the year but early spring is probably the best time to divide. If you do divide them in the fall, be careful that the freeze/thaw cycles of winter don’t heave the plants out of the ground.

Cut clumps of grass to the ground in late winter before new shoots appear.

Full sun to part shade.

Height:  60-84″

Clump forming.  Not invasive

Deer and Rabbit resistant

Zone: 5-10

32 count 2-1/2″ x 4″ pot liner flat

Back orders require 8-10 weeks depending on season

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Grass, Schizachyrium scoparium, Little Bluestem Plug Flat
Grass, Schizachyrium scoparium, Little Bluestem Plug Flat
Grass, Schizachyrium scoparium, Little Bluestem Plug Flat

Another name for Little Bluestem is Prairie Beardgrass.

  • A bunched grass, growing in dense clusters, with the flowering stems up to 4 feet tall.
  • Little bluestem is one of the most popular ornamental grasses on the market today and is widely used in landscaping.
  • Used in plantings because it is short and mixes well with flowers for increased attraction.
  • Turns a striking crimson color in fall.
  • Fluffy silver seed heads add some real dazzle to the autumn landscape.

Needs well-drained sand and loam, and excels in dry sandy and rocky soils. Not recommended for heavy clay or damp soils. Plant in full sun for best results. Zones: 2-9

 

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