Plant not currently in production Good for a tropical look and for cut foliage. An exciting new grass! Blades are narrow and light green with scabrous margins. Cold hardy to 20 degrees F.Plant not currently in production Looks best in southern California if given occasional irrigation. Native from eastern Europe in north western Russia. Our thanks to Oratia Native Plant Nursery for the seed for this gem. Free shipping. Molinia caerulea 'Variegata'- Variegated Purple Moor Grass - This deciduous grass is a selected clone of Purple Moor Grass that has a smaller stature than the species, with foliage only growing to 12-18” tall and having the leaves margined in pale yellow. Use this plant in groups or as an accent plant in full sun to light shade; little irrigation is required. A small warm season clump forming grass that grows 18 to 24 inches tall (maybe a little taller in optimum conditions) by as wide with fine textured gray-green narrow leaves. The cultivar 'Sapphire' is more vigorous and has better disease resistance to rust and other fungal diseases than the species (not much of a problem in drier climates). In summer appears the arching flowering stems that rise just above the foliage having a loose open arrangement of bronze flower heads. Plant in well drained soil in a sunny position and water occasionally for best results. Tolerates wind and coastal conditions. It grows to 12-16 inches tall. A good plant in the border or the dry garden. Bouteloua 'Pestañas de Angeles' - California Blue Grama. Sporobolus wrightii -Giant Sacaton. Standard pampas grass makes for an impressive specimen in large landscapes; but many urban spaces can’t accommodate its immense size. Drought and heat resistant. Cutting back once during the active growing season can produce a better looking and less floppy plant. 'Azurit' - This blue-silver medium textured fescue is one of our favorites because it seems to have the best summer color of the blue fescue. Plant in full sun. It makes a dense mat and can be used as an unclipped lawn or ground cover. Hardy to USDA Zone 7 (0-10 F°). Miscanthus sinensis - Eulalia, Japanese Silver Grass - This clumping warm season grass has many desirable forms which are described below. Festuca amethystina 'April Gruen' - Green Sheep Fescue - A fine textured evergreen low growing (under 1 ft.) blue-green clumping grass. Hardy to USDA Zone 7 (0-10 F°). dense evergreen clump-forming grass with upright foliage to 24 to 36 inches and erect narrow cream, aging-to-tan-colored flower spikes to 3 to 4 feet tall in late summer and fall. We have so many that they have their Banding is most pronounced when plants are grown in full sun and given occasional watering. It is much more controllable than P. setaceum. Drought resistant. Expect seedlings of this plant in an irrigated garden. Purple Pampas Grass Seeds Ornamental Plant Flowers Cortaderia Selloana Grass Seeds Bonsai Harden Decoration Home Garden Plant Perennial - 500 Seeds. Panicles of flowers appear in late spring to early summer. Can be used in a natural lawn with only one mowing required in the spring - not tolerant of foot traffic. Maintain plants by removing withered leaves as they appear or by occasionally pulling a steel rake through the foliage. Should prove hardy and evergreen to 20-25° F and possibly root hardy below this. Muhlenbergia pubescens - Soft Muhly - An unusual and attractive medium sized evergreen grass from Mexico growiing to 2 feet tall with velvety soft gray-green foliage reminiscent of the Tower of Jewels (Echium wilpretii). Plant in full sun to light shade in most any soil type and irrigate occasionally to infrequently - has proven to be a low water requiring grass in many locations but could use an occasional watering in dry southern California. Based on its presumed parentage and the few years of observation in gardens, this grass seems tolerant of a wide range of conditions - moist to fairly dry conditions, sun to light shade with some protection in hotter inland locations and should also prove frost hardy down to around 0 °F and useful in gardens from USDA zones 5 and above. Great along a path where foliage can be touched. To make matters confussing this grass has recently been given the name Pennisetum 'Red Riding Hood' for marketing purposes by a large propagation nursery. Native to Europe.Plant not currently in production, Arundo formosana 'Oriental Gold'(PPAF)- 'Oriental Gold' Giant Reed - Native Chinese selection of the Giant Reed forms large clumps which emerge arching stems of golden yellow foliage. This is an elegant looking fescue with leaves that are longer than the typical European fescues for a softer more graceful look. Expect seedlings of this plant in an irrigated garden. Sporobolus wrightii -Giant Sacaton. This clump-forming grass grows to 5 ft. tall. Good in perennial borders or as an accent plant. Festuca amethystina 'April Gruen' - Green Sheep Fescue - A fine textured evergreen low growing (under 1 ft.) blue-green clumping grass. Bamboo - these woody grasses are listed seperately at Bamboo In these areas it is best to trim plants back close to the ground in late winter. This grass comes from elevations of 3,300-5,000 feet in the Chihuahuan desert from eastern Arizona, New Mexico, South Texas and northern Mexico. It is fairly drought tolerant but this southeastern US grass will likely appreciate occasional irrigation in our dry California climate. The buff color flowers, on 15 inch stems, appear in early summer. A large plant in our own garden produced only 1 seedling over the course of 3 flowering seasons. The short flower panicles appear in late spring to early summer. A small warm season clump forming grass that grows 18 to 24 inches tall (maybe a little taller in optimum conditions) by as wide with fine textured gray-green narrow leaves. Maintain plants by removing withered leaves as they appear or by occasionally pulling a steel rake through the foliage. An evergreen clumping blue-green grass that grows to 1 foot tall and as wide with pale purple-tinged flowers spring and summer. Live Help. Very cold hardy (to USDA Zone 4). Dwarf Pampas grass has very low water needs once established and is not affected by many pests or diseases. Sesleria caerulea - Blue Moor Grass - Evergreen clumping grass to 1 ft. tall with bicolored leaves: The upper side is a rich green; the underside a bluish-white, giving the plant a blue cast. tall. Height can be curtailed some by careful irrigation. Shop 2.5-quart pennisetum setaceum rubrum in pot (l8564) in the ornamental grasses section of Lowes.com Brilliant golden foliage with irregular green stripes grace the 8 foot long slightly arching stems. The blue color occurs in dryer soils when plant is in full sun or bright shade; too much shade and the plant flops over and opens up in the middle. Plant in full sun to light shade. Plant not currently in production. Standard pampas grass makes for an impressive specimen in large landscapes; but many urban spaces can’t accommodate its immense size. Plant in full sun to partial shade. Hardy to USDA Zone 7 (0-10 F°). many to be an improved form because of its tendency to remain upright throughout the season. A small native California bunch grass to 6 inches tall clumping to 2 feet wide with very attractive narrow chalky-blue leaf blades. Cut back in late winter. Panicum virgatum 'Heavy Metal' - Blue Switch Grass. Although drought resistant, plants will look better with occasional irrigation in a well drained soil. This plant not currently in production. Neyraudia reynaudiana - Burma Reed. "Plant not currently in production Elymus - See Leymus 812 260-2148 | X. Use in mass in moist well drained soils in full sun to light shade. In spring into summer appear the curious flowers of this grass which have 2 or 3 large single flower spikelets fused together at the base surrounded by many long hairs and are further enveloped by a pair of large pale-colored spathe-like bracts. Since it is Cortaderia selloana cultivar however, as a cultivar of what is considered to be an invassive weed species we decided to no longer grow this beautiful large grass and now only enjoy it in our own garden Plant not currently in production This plant does very well in the bay area and cooler north coast of California. This plant remains evergreen in mild climates but is considered semi-evergreen in areas that experience harsher winters. C x acutiflora cultivars are the result of crossing Calamagrostis epigejos with Calamagrostis arundinacea. 'Gracillimus' - Maiden Grass - A large grass to 6 ft. tall with a thin leaf blade, giving it a finer texture than the other Miscanthus (except 'Morning Light'). Pennisetum 'Rubrum' (P x advena'Rubrum') - Red Fountain Grass - A clumping semi-evergreen grass 4-5 ft.tall with dark burgundy-red foliage and bloom spikes. It is a cool season evergreen clump forming grass that grows to 2 feet tall with blue-gray leaves radiating out like a bristly porcupine. Plant not currently in production. Native from northern and eastern Italy to Albania. A long living cool season bunch grass with tight clumps of narrow chalky-blue foliage 12 to 18 inches tall by slightly wider with flowers stalks rising straight up about 6 inches above the foliage in late spring into early summer. Native to Africa. A large upright grass that spreads slowly on short rhizomes and grows to 6 to 15 feet tall, with ultimate size dependent on cultural conditions such as soil, fertilizer and irrigation practices. Plant in full sun to light shade in well drained soil. Anemanthele lessoniana- (Oryzopsis lessoniana, Stipa arundinacea) A beautiful orange-brown grass from New Zealand that is related to North American grasses such as Indian Rice Grass and the Needlegrass. Use in mass plantings or as a specimen. Plant in full sun to part shade in most any soil and irrigate regularly to occasionally - can take some periods without water but looks best if irrigated. with the upper surfaces of the leaves emerging as mostly green in spring, becoming glaucous-blue by early summer through autumn and winter. A very attractive perennial small clumping warm-season grass that grows with foliage to 1 to 2 feet tall with a 5-8 inch long loose panicle of long awned flowers rising above the foliage in summer. with the upper surfaces of the leaves emerging as mostly green in spring, becoming glaucous-blue by early summer through autumn and winter. Poa cita - Silver Tussock. This grass forms wispy tufts to 2 ft tall and as wide of bright green thread-like leaves. Looks best with occasional watering but will tolerate dry conditions as well. Excellent ground cover in sun and part shade. Plant in light shade to full sun (along coast); and although this plant will tolerate fairly dry conditions, it looks better when watered regularly. Plant in full sun with regular garden watering; it will take drought when established. Cortaderia selloana 'Pumila' - Dwarf Pampas Grass - Smaller, finer textured version of C. selloana reaching 4-6 ft. tall with 6-7 ft. flower spikes. Plant in light shade to full sun (along coast); and although this plant will tolerate fairly dry conditions, it looks better when watered regularly. Some forms will experience a summer dormancy - be careful not to overwater them at this time. Plant in full sun. One of the best blue cultivars but does experience a late summer dormancy. Evergreen in mild winters to dormant in more severe. Glyceria maxima 'Variegata' - Variegated Manna Grass - This rhizomatous grass has bright cream-yellow-striped leaves, often flushed pink when young. arrangements. Brilliant golden foliage with irregular green stripes grace the 8 foot long slightly arching stems. Full sun to part shade. Flowers occur late spring through winter. Plants can be cut Pennisetum 'Fairy Tails' - Evergreen Fountain Grass - An evergreen fountain grass that was discovered at John Greenlee's Pomona nursery. Cut back plants to 3-4 inches tall in fall. Hardiness not known but likely to at least 10F. 'Blausilber' [Blue-silver] - Blue-Silver Fescue - A fine textured blue fescue to 6 in. It can also tolerate regular garden water with ease, which keeps the foliage nearly evergreen. A long lived perennial warm season short grass that grows to 3 to 5 inches tall with soft, gray-green slender curling leaves and spreads slowly by above ground stolons. Muhlenbergia capillaris 'White Cloud' - White Awn Muhly. A North American perennial bunchgrass that forms clumps 1 to 2 feet tall with narrow culms holding soft textured light lime green narrow 6 to 12 inch long leaves. Plant not currently in production. An exciting new grass! Use this plant in groups or as an accent plant in full sun to light shade; little irrigation is required. This plant was a spontaneous seedling and is presumed to be a hybrid between Sesleria caerulea and Sesleria autumnalis. Arundo formosana 'Oriental Gold'(PPAF)- 'Oriental Gold' Giant Reed - Native Chinese selection of the Giant Reed forms large clumps which emerge arching stems of golden yellow foliage. Leymus condensatus 'Canyon Prince' - This native medium sized gray-blue evergreen grass is a selection made by the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden from Prince Island, a small island off of San Miguel Island in the Santa Barbara Channel. The long stalks of dramatic, creamy white plumes are held above the dense clump of green foliage. 1 for $8 2 for $15 3 for $20 4 ... //PAMPAS GRASS// $30 - JLA FORUMS … It grows only about 6 inches tall with fine-textured gray-green leaves with dainty flowers held horizontally like small purple flags on stems that rise above the foliage in early summer and hold seed heads into fall. Use this plant in groups or as an accent plant in full sun to light shade; little irrigation is required. Often compared to and noted as superior to the popular cultivar 'Yaku Jima'. This plant not currently in production. Useful along the coast in full sun or light shade inland. Plant in full to part sun in most any soil and tolerant of heat, cold and humidity. The flowers in branched panicles 6 to 8 inches long appear continuously in cultivation and emerge a silky bronze color, aging first to cream and finally to gray. This process repeats itself when the plant goes dormant with a gray-brown color at the tips working down towards the leaf base. Panicum virgatum 'Prairie Sky'- Blue Switch Grass - A deciduous warm season clump forming grass native to the American prairies. The 3 foot tall flowers stalks rise in mid to late spring, opening into a buff colored haze of flowers that lasts into fall and winter. The flower spikes, as they poke up 1 foot above the foliage in August, appear black. This plant not currently in production. Neyraudia reynaudiana - Burma Reed. Hardy to Zone 4. It has blue-gray upright foliage to 4-5 ft tall and attractive airy pink tinged flowers in mid-summer. The foliage can blush with warm colors as it goes dormant in late fall after which the plant can be left for ornament or cut to the ground. Muhlenbergia reverchonii Undaunted - Ruby Muhly. In New Zealand this plant has proved to be very adaptable, growing well in fairly dry situations in full sun as well as in understory plantings but it has yet to be tested in gardens in the US. Plant as an understory for trees or in full sun and cut to the ground in late winter. Hardy into USDA zone 4. A slow spreader. A very attractive evergreen cool season grass that forms upright gray green pale clumps 18 to 24 inches tall by as wide with 1/4 inch wide gray-green leaf blades that are upright in the middle of the clump and arch over gracefully with age. Cut back in late winter. Water sparingly or regularly. Thysanolaena maxima- Tiger Grass - This tropical Asian grass looks much like a bamboo with sturdy upright culms to 6-10 feet tall and large 1 foot long by 3 inch wide leaves. Muhlenbergia lindheimeri - Lindheimer's Muhly - This very attractive medium/ large grass from Texas forms a mass of fine textured gray foliage 3-4 feet tall. Long broad leaves are pleated and superficially resemble palm leaves. Hardy into USDA zone 4. A large plant in our own garden produced only 1 seedling over the course of 3 flowering seasons. Cut back to the ground in the winter to give a tidier appearance.Plant not currently in production Evergreen in mild winters to dormant in more severe. Selected by Kurt Blumel. $2.49. Cut back the plants when first becoming dormant, or leave as an attractive brown accent until early spring. A good grass for a wild section of the garden. Although not a spectacular flowering grass, this grasses attraction is its pleasing green color and the dainty flower spikes that dance in the wind above the foliage. Best in full sun with regular water in a well-drained soil but tolerates considerable periods without irrigation and near seaside conditions. Also commonly known as Elliot Lovegrass. Noted as hardy to USDA Zone 6 but flowers are apt to last through to spring in Zones 9 and above and it reportedly is resistant to deer predation. In late summer appear many attractive flower plumes that rise vertically well above the foliage with branchlets bearing tiny shimmering flowers attractively arching over. Introduced by Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania. The vertical leaf blades emerge a lime-green color in spring with a hint of red at the tips. It forms a leafy clump with flowers towering to 3-5 feet. Plant in full sun. Although drought resistant, plants will look better with occasional irrigation in a well drained soil. Tolerant of most soils and irrigation practices from dry to soggy - shorter when kept dry. In these areas it is best to trim plants back close to the ground in late winter. Plant in full sun to light shade. Drought resistant. Jul 8, 2020 - Explore Frida Enamorada's board "Pampas Grass", followed by 1232 people on Pinterest. Good for fresh or dry cut flowers. The cultivar 'Sapphire' is more vigorous and has better disease resistance to rust and other fungal diseases than the species (not much of a problem in drier climates). Pennisetum alopecuroides `Moudry' - Black Fountain Grass - This lush grass grows in a clump to 2 feet tall with rich glossy leaves 1/2 to 3/4 inches wide. To make matters confussing this grass has recently been given the name Pennisetum 'Red Riding Hood' for marketing purposes by a large propagation nursery. Cortaderia selloana 'Gold Band' - Golden Pampas Grass - Compact evergreen plant growing to a height of 6 ft. For a more manicured look it is recommended that it be mowed to 4" tall. In summer appear the elegant flower stalks that rise above the foliage an additional 2 to 3 feet with airy open sprays of pink-tinged flowers that age to a nice wheat color. Chrysopogon zizanioides 'Sunshine - Vetiver. Cut back to the ground in the winter to give a tidier appearance.Plant not currently in production, Austrostipa ramosissima - Pillar of Smoke - A tall growing cool-season evergreen grass has columnar growth habit to 6 feet tall with bright green foliage and showy flowers that bloom along the inflorescence in such a way that the illusion of a pillar of smoke is created. Plant in full sun along coast, partial shade inland. Molinia may not perform as well in southern California but is so beautiful we feel the need to grow it for those who want to try to push the limits of this beautiful grass's tolerances. Plant in full sun to bring out its best color. In late summer into mid fall appear airy pink flower spikes, arching above the foliage by about one and a half feet. 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