The blades are slightly curly and the flowers are both pistillate and staminate. The grass is quite tolerant of a range of conditions and establishes with seed, sod or plugs. Buffalo grass lawns are very adapted to low moisture areas.
UC Verde will grow to a maximum height of 4 to 8 inches in most locations. Planting is quick and easy. It shows allelopathic tendencies so it is known to suppress weeds. These varieties thrive on a fraction of the amount of water needed for most turf...
With a max height of 10 to 15 inches and a max width of 8 to 10 inches this little guy fits anywhere, sun or shade. 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...
'Red Head' begins to show its enormous bottlebrush plumes in mid to late summer. 'Red Head' looks great in late-season containers. This plant has no serious insect or disease problems and is not usually appealing to deer.
Order yours today! * Cold-hardy to zone 5 * Distinctive lime-striped foliage * Super-easy care * Deer resistant Whether your garden is rustic or formal, Evercolor Everlime will brighten it up all year.
Foliage Color: Green with lime colored margins
Mature Height: 12 - 15 inches
Botanical Name: Carex oshimensis 'Everlime'
Mature Spread: 1 - 4 feet
Growth Rate: Medium
Moisture: Water carefully to establish, and weekly as needed for best results.
They reach 5 feet tall and three feet wide in full sun. It quickly becomes a stunning whirl of burgundy and gold in the fall. Adagio Maiden Grass (Miscanthus sinensis ‘Adagio') adds graceful motion and rich texture to your landscape.
Legacy Buffalo Grass was developed to have the look of bluegrass with the hardiness of Buffalo grass, and it certainly achieved that aim. With proper care, you can have an established lawn in as little as 90 days Plugs come as 70 per tray and are grown...
But now we have a striking beauty – the Little Miss Maiden Grass (Miscanthus sinensis ‘Little Miss') – that has all of the great traits of the well-loved miscanthus grasses and puts them in a small but mighty package.
A compact grass with a big impact! Grasses are finally getting their day in the sun in American home gardens. These naturally short plants – the tufts only get about 24” tall – are perfect for covering the ‘feet' of bare-bottomed plants like tall...
The yellow seems to glow in partial shade. Foliage promptly turns yellow after frost. Cultivars of this species are superior garden plants to the species. It is also interesting as a specimen or accent plant, brightening shady areas.
It typically grows in a clump to 3-4' tall. Foliage turns reddish-brown in fall fading to tan over winter. It achieves a thick, full clump of billowing, arched foliage quickly, and silver flowers in August.
Foliage and flower plumes persist well into winter providing good winter interest. Cultivars available in commerce today, typically growing 3 to 4 feet tall (5 feet in bloom.) It is an upright, warm season, clump-forming ornamental grass which features...
Add texture to your landscape with this lovely mounding grass. Plants generally dislike hot and humid summer climates. Plants are evergreen throughout most of their growing range. Plants are similar in appearance to Genus name from Latin means cutter...
‘Zebrinus') is a clump-forming grass noted for its horizontally banded foliage. Tolerant of summer heat and humidity. Tolerant of a wide range of soils from well-drained sandy soils to the heavy clays present in much of the St. Louis area.
Plant foliage will burn in full sun locations. Species plants reportedly have better winter hardiness and perform better in full sun exposures than ‘Areola'. Clumps spread by rhizomes, but are not considered to be invasive.
Its better to leave a one inch gap of space between the mulch and the base or trunk of the plant. An example would be 10-10-10 or 12-4-8. Although the three elements just mentioned are the major elements necessary for good plant performance, there some...
Plumes and blue-green leaves are both great for cutting and drying. Female plants produce prodigious amounts of seed and can self-seed freely, often resulting in naturalization that displaces valuable native plants.
Check the plant daily for the first week or so and then every other day there after. This is not to be rushed. Feeding your plants is probably the single most forgotten part of growing healthy long lasting plants.