. Agrostis Nebulosa .

Frosted explosion grass sown planted into cutting square Excellent but make sure not swamped by taller stuff

Chasmanthium Latifolium (North Sea Oats or Sea-oat grass)

Our wide selection of pre-planned native gardens have a diverse balance of native plants for specific soil types; each Pre-Planned Garden come with layout and planting instructions.

Back to Square One: Love me or leaf me.

Zebra grass, (Miscanthus sinensis 'Zebrinus'), is a terrific eye-catcher. To be used by the front entrance, adjacent to the rocks, and perhaps in the planting bed in front of the house.

Polypodimum vulgare Elegantissimum

Polypodimum vulgare Elegantissimum

PANICUM 'Elegans Frosted Explosion'jardins michel corbeil

PANICUM ‘Elegans Frosted Explosion

PANICUM ELEGANS Frosted Explosion, a beautiful, airy native grass which forms great puffs of green to edge a border + for bouquets.

Diamond Grass    This jewel’s name comes from the way the morning light sparkles as it catches the dew. This stately grass has a graceful upright habit. It even performs well in shade. A wonderful focal point for beds, borders or even pots! Grows up to 4' tall. 3" pot. Calamagrostis brachytricha  Sun Exposure: Shade/Partial Shade/Full Sun  Height/Habit: Up to 4' when in flower  Spread: 18 - 24"  Spacing: 24 - 40"

Diamond Grass This jewel’s name comes from the way the morning light sparkles as it catches the dew. This stately grass has a graceful upright habit. It even performs well in shade. A wonderful focal point for beds, borders or even pots!

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