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Acorus gramineus ‘Ogon’
Perennial with narrow long 1/4 gold-striped blades in a grass like form growing up to 12" tall and wide. They will grow in bog like or aquatic environments but can also succeed in well irrigated soil. It prefers sun to part shade in hot climates and ample water.
Acorus gramineus ‘Variegata’
Perennial with narrow long 1/4 wide white-striped blades in a grass like form growing up to 12" tall and wide. They will grow in bog like or aquatic environments but can also succeed in well irrigated soil. It prefers sun to part shade in hot climates and ample water.
Calamagrostis a. Karl Foerster
This reed grass provides wonderful contrast among low shrubs and perennials. It is often used in naturalized areas and its mature size is directly related to how much moisture it encounters. Even though calamagrostis can grow in fresh-water bogs it also does well in drier areas. Upright narrow green leaves ...[ read more ]
This Variegated reed grass shares the versatile qualities of larger green forms with the additional attribute of shade tolerance. It is very useful in Japanese gardens where a sense of scale is essential. The white and green leaves of 'Overdam' and its smaller size make it more refined than 'Karl ...[ read more ]
This California native is a fast growing clumping sedge. Great for erosion control or at a pond's edge. Oval-shaped tufts of small reddish-brown flowers on spikes at the tip of the flowering stems. An attractive sedge though it can be invasive. For sunny areas with regular moisture. Attractive container plant ...[ read more ]
Carex comans ‘Frosted Curls’
Moderate to slow-growing, clumping, grass-like evergreen perennial to 12-18" tall and wide. This low-maintenance variety forms a fountain-like clump of attractive, narrow, curly-tipped, silvery-green foliage accented with small green flower spikes that appear in mid-summer. While this adaptable selection thrives in moist to wet soils, it has also shown a ...[ read more ]
Slow-growing, clumping, grass-like evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial to 8-12" tall and wide. This attractive species features neat-looking, narrow, blue-green foliage that is ideal for contrasting with other foliage colors on hillsides, banks or in mixed shrub borders. Also looks great when planted in mass and can even be used as ...[ read more ]
Carex hachijoensis ‘Evergold’
This clumping carex has striking cream-yellow variegation with dark green contrast. Outstanding selection for mass planting accent in a container or as a ground cover planting. Tolerates dry shade. Grows 12 - 18" and as wide.
Moderately-slow growing, clumping, grass-like evergreen perennial to 12" tall x 18-24” wide. This attractive species forms a rounded-mound of narrow, gracefully arching medium-green foliage that is ideal for using as a texture contrast to broadleaf shrubs and perennials. Well-suited for hillsides, banks, mixed shrub borders, as a mass planting, or ...[ read more ]
Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’
Moderate to slow-growing, clumping, grass-like evergreen perennial to 1'-2' tall x 2' wide. This attractive variegated variety forms a fountain-like clump of narrow, gracefully-arching, creamy-yellow leaves accented with dark-green margins. Great as a color and texture contrast to darker-colored shrubs and perennials. Small, insignificant, brownish-colored flowers appear above the foliage ...[ read more ]
Carex oshimensis ‘Everillo’ PP#21002
Dramatic statement plant to brighten up shady spots or add a pop of color to a mixed container. This easy care grass can be used as a groundcover or to edge a path or patio. Or try using it in a window box or in a living wall. Height: 12"-18" ...[ read more ]
Moderately slow-growing, clumping, grass-like evergreen perennial to 1-2’ tall and wide. This California native species features narrow, gracefully arching medium-green leaves, accented with greenish-colored flowers that mature to light-brown and appear winter through spring. Removing these flowers will prevent reseeding, as this species can self-sow. This versatile plant will grow ...[ read more ]