Ornamental grasses are valuable for their form, texture, color, and winter interest in the garden. Grasses can help make a garden come alive with the slightest breeze, invoking movement and sound; dimensions often overlooked in many gardens.
Grasses can be used in the border, in containers, as edging or as a background plant. They make a nice complement to other herbaceous perennials in the garden too!
A grass for all seasons and always changing! Deep green shoots turn to deep purple in late summer ... more.
Long, dark green blades with creamy yellow edges slowly spread to form a 2' wide mop-like clump. ... more.
Blue satin sedge, clump forming with powder blue leaves an inch or more wide. Great for deciduous ... more.
A beautiful ribbon like grass that has a creamy center and dark green margins. Great for garden ... more.
Upright blades start out blue-green and quickly change to a brilliant, rich maroon, earlier than ... more.
An early form of red-flowering pennisetum. Deep purple buds mature to smoky purple plumes measuring ... more.
A more upright little bluestem grass that stays upright! it has blue/grey foliage in summer which ... more.
Semi-evergreen, bright yellow-green foliage, purplish-black flower spikes frosted with white ... more.