Mow once per week to a height of 2 to 3 inches for a healthy lawn.Because buffalo grass is not a thick turf, it tends to get weeds. The plant is a perennial native to the Great Plains from Montana to New Mexico.
Humidicola Brachiaria humidicola cv. Marandu Brachiaria brizantha cv. Aruana SOESP also produces seeds from the varieties a.m as Encrusted/ Embedded ones using high tech which have brought a revolution to Brazilian market and some other Latin American...
Even when in decline Hot Rod adds decorative interest to the winter landscape. 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.
It looks stunning with dark-colored evergreens or the bright flowers of a perennial border. You know that you need this beauty in your garden this year. With a max height of 10 to 15 inches and a max width of 8 to 10 inches this little guy fits anywhere,...
Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
Growth Rate: Medium
Moisture: Water carefully to establish, and as needed during drier periods
If you want easy to grow and low-maintenance, then you can't beat Everlime. It makes a magnificent ground cover or try it in your favorite container. Whether your garden is rustic or formal, Evercolor Everlime will brighten it up all year.
Moisture: Water carefully to establish, and weekly as needed for best results.
With proper care, you can have an established lawn in as little as 90 days Plugs come as 70 per tray and are grown in greenhouses to ensure quality. Fast-Growing Durable Turf Grass Legacy Buffalo Grass is a variety of Buffalo grass developed by the University...
Planting is quick and easy. A Thick, Soft Lawn That Tolerates Intense Heat The University of California released this remarkable grass in 2003. There are 72 plugs in each tray. It shows allelopathic tendencies so it is known to suppress weeds.
In the summer tiny blue flowers form, resembling little balls, adding a bit of additional decorative appeal. It's drought resistant, so no need to water. As it grows it abandons its erect stance and adopts a rather elegant manner, slightly bowing for...
With so many people moving from the suburbs back into urban spaces, there is a trend of finding beautiful small – even dwarf – plants to fit the smaller gardens. Wait until you see it backlit by the sun.
Cultivars of this species are superior garden plants to the species. Commonly called tufted sedge. Grass-like, sharply keeled, dark green leaves are up to 30″ long. This species thrives in shallow water (2-3 “).
Blooms later than most cultivars. Foliage should be left standing throughout the winter for visual interest and to provide protection for the crowns. Clumps have a sturdy, compact habit, well suited to the smaller garden.
Tolerant of a wide range of soils from well-drained sandy soils to the heavy clays. Accent, specimen, grouping or mass. Tolerant of a wide range of soils from well-drained sandy soils to the heavy clays, it also loves the heat and humidity ofour summers.
Plants are evergreen throughout most of their growing range. Plants tend to languish in full shade. Foliage color is richer in part shade than in sun. It is not evergreen in the Maryland area, although some foliage color will persist through the winter.it...
Tolerant of a wide range of soils from well-drained sandy soils to the heavy clays present in much of the St. Louis area. Leaf blades feature, at irregular intervals, distinctive horizontal yellow bands (to 1” in height) that retain good coloration...
Tolerates of a wide range of soils from well-drained sandy soils to the heavy clay. Substantial clumps tend to flop (or totally collapse when subjected to heavy winter snows), and will often benefit from some support.
Leaves have a papery texture resembling the leaves of some types of bamboo. It is stellar when planted in a way to allow viewing of the gracefully cascading blades. Yellow-green flowers appear in loose, nodding panicles in mid-summer.
Foliage also turns beige in fall and provides good winter interest. Cut back clumps to the ground in late winter to early spring. Tolerates wide range of soils, including dry ones, but prefers moist, sandy or clay soils.
Cut back clumps to the ground in late winter to early spring. Seed plumes persist well into winter providing visual interest as well as food for birds. This native grass withstands seasonal flooding yet is drought tolerant once established.
Proper fertilization of your Pennisetum Hameln will lead to healthier and more disease resistant plants, as well as provide you with many more enjoyable blooms. For a totally organic approach, many gardeners use commercial manure on the soil around plants...
In the colder climates, this grass will generally not survive winter, and should be planted in large containers (e.g., whiskey barrels) for overwintering in a garage etc. Clumps may be divided in late winter to early spring.
Tolerates light shade, but best in full sun. Is commonly found in central and southern Missouri in stream margins, sloughs, ponds, wet depressions in fields, pastures and prairies and in roadside ditches (Steyermark).