Hameln, a popular fountain grass with deep green leaves in summer and then bronze to beige in the fall. Will flower in late summer with silver to pinkish-white spikes that will turn brown in the fall when the seeds form.
The irregular dots on this Little Dot grass seem to glow when lit by the rays of the sun. It will stand out in any setting. It is a very strong grass that keeps it's form but not too rigid in appearance; it has a soft look about it. The grass plumes will bloom mid-summer and last through the winter although it will fade in color. Order now for an extra special addition to your yard!
The bluest of the dwarf fescues! An exceptional ground cover or accent, plants grow upright in urchin-like 10” clumps. They hold their steel blue color through the heat of summer without browning. They thrive in dry places and prefer full sun or light shade. Medium growth rate.
A spectacular silvery grass often called “Maiden Grass.” It forms graceful fountains of slender green foliage spears that reach 5- to 6-feet tall. In late summer, it forms silver-white flower heads for a spectacular display. It is a decorative addition to borders all summer into fall. Perfect flanking the entry to a drive. At night the silvery blooms almost seem to glow in the moonlight. Long-lived plants grow into larger clumps each season.
A splendid perennial commonly called “Feather Reed Grass.” It’s ideal for creating vertical effects in the garden. It grows 4 to 5 feet tall and opens wheat-colored, feathery flower plumes in early summer. Very good choice and one of our favorites. Prefers full sun to partial shade and is a great subject for borders.
Commonly known as porcupine grass. Strictus, grows in an upright clump 5-6 feet tall, it has an overall height of 8-9 feet if you include the spikes. Tiny reddish flowers will appear in late summer and turn to sliver in the fall. Cut foliage in winter.