If you live near the coast, ‘Fireworks' will grow without need to coddle it. It looks great with prairie-style companions (Coreposis ‘Moonbeam' or Rudbeckia ‘Goldsturm' come to mind) or in modern gardens where it makes an unforgettable statement...
Hot Rod Switch Grass is a must-have for those spots in your yard where you'd like some year-round interest. Your Hot Rod Switch Grass is a perennial grass that will grow 36-42 inches in height, with a 24-inch spread when mature.
It looks stunning with dark-colored evergreens or the bright flowers of a perennial border. (It makes a BIG impact in a SMALL garden! Even if you only have a tiny spot like a pot on a balcony, you will love the gorgeous impression Everlite makes!) It...
Foliage: Ornamental grass, evergreen
Moisture: Water carefully to establish, and as needed during drier periods
In the fall the leaves turn gold in color. 'Red Head' begins to show its enormous bottlebrush plumes in mid to late summer. The bushy plumes are great as cut flowers if they are cut soon after they emerge.
It forms a neat and easily controlled mound that looks fantastic in a row along the edge of a planter or in masses, filling in large beds under trees. Whether your garden is rustic or formal, Evercolor Everlime will brighten it up all year.
Mature Spread: 1 - 4 feet
Moisture: Water carefully to establish, and weekly as needed for best results.
Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Full Shade, Partial Sun
Soil Type: Rich, evenly moist, well drained soils best
Just one will elevate your garden to designer status! Adagio swings on the scene in early spring with loads of silvery green foliage arching out like a fountain. Don't wait to order these sure-fire great additions to your landscape.
We recommend one to four plugs per square foot of lawn depending on how dense you'd like it to be and how quickly you'd like it to fill in. Legacy Buffalo Grass was developed to have the look of bluegrass with the hardiness of Buffalo grass, and it certainly...
With proper care, you can have an established lawn in as little as 90 days UC Verde Buffalo grass Plugs are all sold by the tray. UC Verde will grow to a maximum height of 4 to 8 inches in most locations.
Two of the enemies of grasses, deer and bunnies, tend to leave it alone, and it can even handle heavy traffic so using it around paving stones would be no problem at all. Even pests seem to avoid it, eliminating the need for costly pesticides.
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. Its small size is just right for decorative ceramic pots or balcony window boxes.
12 flakes average per bale. 50lb tightly bound bales. $7.50 per bale pick up. Price break possible for large purchases. $9.00 per bale delivered. Delivery charge may increase over 20 miles away from Farm.
If you want to really stop traffic, a mass planting along a walk or driveway will do the trick. A compact grass with a big impact! Grasses are finally getting their day in the sun in American home gardens.
Grass-like, sharply keeled, dark green leaves are up to 30″ long. Can also be grown in average garden soil, albeit less vigorously, but soil must not be allowed to dry out. Single specimens are dramatic; masses may be overwhelming.
It typically grows in a clump to 3-4' tall. Tolerant of summer heat and humidity. Cut foliage to the ground in late winter just before new shoots appear. Miscanthus Yaku Jima. Less vigorous with decreased flowering and tendency to flop in too much shade.
Tolerant of a wide range of soils from well-drained sandy soils to the heavy clays. Miscanthus Adagio is a dwarf grass cultivar which is one of the shortest of the many Miscanthus cultivars available in commerce today.
Less vigorous with decreased flowering and tendency to flop in too much shade. Tiny flowers emerge gray-purple with the plumes having an overall wine-purple coloration. Foliage should be left standing throughout the winter for visual interest and to provide...
Useful as a specimen, in the border, or for mass planting. Miscanthus gracillimus grass is noted for its narrow green leaves with a silver midrib which form a substantial, rounded, arching clump of foliage typically growing 4-6′ tall (to 8′ when in...
Species plants (not cultivars thereof) may be grown by seed. Mulch in winter. Propagation is easiest by division. Clumps spread by rhizomes, but are not considered to be invasive. Leaves have a papery texture resembling the leaves of some types of bamboo.
Panicum Shenandoah grows in average, medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerates all types of soil. Shenandoah's fantastic steel blue upright foliage slowly adds a dose of burgundy that increases as the season progresses.
Easily grown in average, medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Stems typically retain vertical form without flopping throughout the growing season and into winter. Panicles turn straw-yellow as the seeds mature fading to beige in winter.
For the ones that remain semi-evergreen, you should only cut off the brown or winter injured foliage in the spring. Many times, less expensive fertilizers are sold that contain only the major elements needed, but not the minor elements.
Does not spread by rhizomes. Add texture, movement and mass to your landscape with Pink Muhly Grass, an easy to grow, native ornamental grass. Best grown in sandy or rocky, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to light shade.
Soft rush may be grown in tubs or containers sunk in the mud to control unwanted rhizome spread. The plant leaves are reduced to bladeless sheathing at the stem bases. Cut back old foliage in early spring.