It is an excellent cutting plant for flower arrangements. Mounds of narrow, elegantly arching leaves grow to 2' tall. Good for cut arrangements. Rose Fountain Grass is an exciting addition to any landscape.
Plant 6'' apart for tight clump pattern and then mulch tightly to eliminate weeds. A handsome and different ground cover. It does well in full sun and poor, fairly dry soil. Plant in full sun for best color.
Xaraes/ Toledo Brachiaria brizantha cv. Piata Brachiaria decumbens cv. MG-4 Brachiaria brizantha cv. Humidicola Brachiaria humidicola cv. We also played an important role in research, new technologies and in the development of new varieties and species...
In late summer it will shoot up soft, fluffy ‘foxtails' blooms that will add even greater interest. The FIRST Variegated Purple Fountain Grass! Pennisetum Fireworks ('Fireworks' Pennisetum setaceum 'Rubrum' USPP 18,504.) is the first purple fountain...
It's drought tolerant and generally carefree. Dazzling Color Earlier Than Other Grasses With Hot Rod Switch Grass you won't have to wait long to enjoy vibrant color in your yard. Delightful, blue-tinted foliage quickly bursts into bright shades of eye-catching...
This is the most compact of all the Evercolor sedges and is perfect for edging a border, softening a hardscape, spilling out of a container or filling out a garden bed. You know that you need this beauty in your garden this year.
Soil Type: Well-Drained
Moisture: Water carefully to establish, and as needed during drier periods
The deep purple buds mature to smoky purple plumes. The bushy plumes are great as cut flowers if they are cut soon after they emerge. In late fall or early spring cut the foliage back almost to the ground before growth starts in spring.
Mondo is often used for lining pathways and groundcover. In both warm and cooler climates it is recommended to mow this grass down in early spring to clear out any dead foliage before new leaves begin to develop.
Tufted mounds are deep green and arching. Each leaf is lined with a contrasting bright white center line. A slow grower that thrives in wet and shady conditions. A low growing grass with the habit of a ground cover and appealing variegated foliage.
✓ May ship in a dormant state, with bare branches and no leaves, especially in early spring when plant has been pruned back to promote growth
✓ Received the Outstanding Plant Award from the International Hardy Plant Union
✓ To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups, space 24 in. away from other plants or structures
It is considered evergreen in warmer climates, but will turn brown in cooler areas. In both warm and cooler climates it is recommended to mow this grass down in early spring to clear out any dead foliage before new leaves begin to develop.
This variety is special for its ability to tolerate poorly drained soils, as well as being drought tolerant. Pink Muhly looks great planted in groups or as borders. Pink Muhly grass, also known as Muhlenburg grass, adds great texture to your landscape...
✓ Fertilize in spring with slow-release granular fertilizer
If available, use bottom heat to enhance germination. Can be dug and divided in the fall to pot up for overwintering indoors; or, start new plants each spring.Harvest leaf stalks from the outside of the clump to use in cooking or for tea.
9,600 seeds/oz. Transplant: Sow 4-6 weeks before last frost date. Cover seeds lightly. Can be planted in individual containers and then planted out in the field without dividing or they may be seeded in seedling trays in a mix such as Redi-earth.
Cover seeds lightly. Transplant: Sow 4-6 weeks before last frost date. Small seedlings can be separated and transplanted directly from seedling tray to garden or field.If anything you purchase from us proves unsatisfactory, we will either replace the...
Mix them into your perennial borders. Sunlit drama for your garden! You probably don't realize that your garden is incomplete. Adagio Maiden Grass (Miscanthus sinensis ‘Adagio') adds graceful motion and rich texture to your landscape.
Tall and wide with slender green leaves which make for a low maintenance unique look in the landscape. Dwarf Mondo will only get 3 in. In both warm and cooler climates it is recommended to mow this grass down in early spring to clear out any dead foliage...
In areas where temperatures get colder than 20 degrees Fahrenheit, the plant should be treated as an annual and should not be expected to grow again in the spring. When the grass turns brown it can be removed immediately or in the spring.
✓ Prefers partial to full sun (4 plus hours) and average soils, grows to be 2.5-3 ft. tall with a spread of 1-2 ft.
✓ Use in: containers, landscape
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✓ Blooms from mid summer to late fall, quart grasses are 5-10 in. tall when they are shipped, depending on the season
This grass gets large so make you plant it in a spacious area. For this reason you might also not want to plant it too close to walkways, driveways or play areas. Pampas Grass makes for a large display of long blades of green grass and beautiful bloom...
Extremely easy to maintain, Pink Muhly Ornamental Grass thrives despite heat, humidity, drought and even poor soil. Plant in full sun. Tall and 2-1/2 ft. Airy plumes of cotton-candy pink float above the foliage and they hold their color until fall is...
✓ For best results, grow in well-drained, average garden soil
✓ Creates an enchanting addition to your yard or pathway
✓ Easy to maintain and tolerates heat, humidity, drought and even poor soil
The Southern Living Plant Collection is proud to present the “Evergreen Stella” Daylily. The “Evergreen Stella” Daylily will make a lovely addition to a container garden, or used in your landscape as a groundcover or for edging planting.
✓ Winter hardy in USDA zones 3-9
✓ Grows best in full to partial sun
✓ Will adapt to a variety of soil types
✓ Water twice per week until established, then water once per week
Buffalo grass varieties give up to a 75% reduction in water consumption, therefore saving you money. A Thick, Soft Lawn That Tolerates Intense Heat The University of California released this remarkable grass in 2003.