Dianella Tasmanica ‘Variegata’Elymus condensatus ‘Canyon Prince’Equisetum hyemaleFestuca G. ‘Elijah Blue’Festuca idahoensis ‘Siskiyou Blue’Festuca maireiFestuca ovina GlaucaHelictotrichon SempervirensHesperaloe parvifloraHesperaloe parviflora Brakelights®IMPERATA CYLINDRICA ‘RED BARON’Juncus effusus ‘Quartz Creek’

Variegated Flax Lily

Grass and grass-like

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  • Dianella Tasmanica ‘Variegata’

    Dianella Tasmanica 'Variegata' sometimes known as White Striped Tasman Flax Lily grows 1 to 2 feet tall. This clumping low water requiring dianella is grown for its bold white striped leaves. The small flowers which appear in mid spring have pale violet sepals with white-striped green petals. These flowers are followed by attractive ...[ read more ]

  • Elymus condensatus ‘Canyon Prince’

    Elymus condensatus ‘Canyon Prince’ is considered a large clumping grass with slender powdery gray-blue evergreen leaves. The new foliage emerges green. ‘Canyon Prince’ grows 2-3 feet tall in dry locations and larger up to 5 feet tall if given regular watering. Flower stalks rise 1-2 feet above the foliage in ...[ read more ]

  • Horestail

    Equisetum hyemale

    Equisetum hyemale (Horsetail) is a common spreading rush a reed-like evergreen perennial that grows to 3 ft tall. The plant stems are cylindrical hollow jointed and about 1/3 inch in diameter. They have rough ridges. The tiny leaves are joined together around the stem forming a narrow black-green band or ...[ read more ]

  • Elijah Blue Fescue Grass

    Festuca G. ‘Elijah Blue’

    Festuca 'Elijah Blue' is a short-lived low-growing semi-evergreen clump-forming ornamental grass noted for its finely-textured silver-blue foliage. The foliage forms a dome-shaped porcupine-like tuft of needle-like blades radiating upward and outward to a height of 8-12". Light green flowers with a purple tinge appear atop stems rising above the foliage ...[ read more ]

  • Idaho Blue Fescue

    Festuca idahoensis ‘Siskiyou Blue’

    Moderate-growing evergreen ornamental grass to 10-12” tall x 12-15” wide. This long-lived variety forms dense clumps of attractive, fine-textured, silvery-blue foliage initially upright-growing in youth, eventually arching with maturity. Bluish-green flower spikes rise above the attractive foliage in early-summer to eventually mature to tan, and should be removed if re-seeding ...[ read more ]

  • Atlas Fescue

    Festuca mairei

    A long lived evergreen clumping grass that forms fountain like mounds to 18 to 24 inches tall and wide with yellowish gray-green foliage. Plant in full sun or part shade in a well-drained soil with occasional to regular irrigation - this plant is fairly drought tolerant when established but looks ...[ read more ]

  • Blue Fescue Grass

    Festuca ovina Glauca

    This handsome and somewhat different ground cover grows in grassy tuft-like clumps 6-10 high. The spectacular non-fading blue foliage and unique growing habits make this ideal for borders flower and rock gardens and small areas where you want to draw special attention. Blue Festuca is a hardy rapidly multiplying year round ...[ read more ]

  • Helictotrichon Sempervirens

    Helictotrichon Sempervirens also known as Blue Oat Grass produces graceful fountains of silver-blue blades that form neat ornamental clumps. They combine well with other grasses showing beige to light brown terminal ends that appear June through August. Helictotrichon Sempervirens makes a reliable and attractive accent or specimen plant. This evergreen ...[ read more ]

  • Hesperaloe parviflora

    Moderate-growing evergreen perennial with grass-like foliage to 3-4’ tall and wide. This tough, hardy, drought-tolerant species creates a fountain-like mound of narrow, gracefully-arching olive-green leaves, accented with tall spikes of showy deep-rose-pink flowers that rise above the foliage early to mid-summer, with intermittent blooming throughout the year in milder climates. ...[ read more ]

  • Hesperaloe parviflora Brakelights®

    Slow growing evergreen perennial/succulent with grass-like foliage to 2-3' tall and wide. This tough, compact, hardy, drought-tolerant species creates a fountain-like mound of narrow gracefully-arching olive-green leaves, accented with tall spikes of showy brake light-red flowers that rise above the foliage early to mid-summer, with intermittent blooming throughout the year ...[ read more ]

  • Japanese Blood Grass


    Forms an upright clump 1 foot tall 2 foot wide. In spring new leaves emerge bright green at the base tip turns to red intensifies in summer and fall with over half the leaf changing. Turns straw colored in winter. Best if cut to ground each year. Can withstand temperatures ...[ read more ]

  • Juncas Effusus 'Quartz Creek'

    Juncus effusus ‘Quartz Creek’

    Juncus effusus 'Quartz Creek' commonly called a Quartz Creek Soft Rush is an evergreen rush that has dark green long erect grass-like rounded stems that grow to 18” to 30” tall. It spreads eventually forming dense colonies of growth. During summer the stems display inconspicuous reddish brown flower clusters. 'Quartz ...[ read more ]

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