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Gold Meadow Foxtail Grass
Alopecurus pratensis 'Aureus'

Chartreuse-yellow or green and yellow-striped spiky foliage. Slow spreading, cool-season grass which needs moist, fertile soil. Cylindrical yellow-green inflorescence in early summer. Use for contrast, erosion control, mass planting and rock gardens.

Big Bluestem Grass
Andropogon gerardii

Tall, large, dense clumps of arching, silvery-blue foliage with purplish inflorescence and copper-red fall colour. A native, sod forming, warm-season grass of North America. Drought tolerant when established.

Variegated Bulbous Oat Grass
Arrhenatherum ela. bulbosum 'Variegatum'

Spreading clumps of white and green variegated foliage. Cool-season grass which is best in moist to wet, acidic soil. Avoid clay soil. Good in rock gardens, woodlands, containers and borders. May go dormant in the heat of summer.

Blue Grama Grass
Bouteloua gracilis

Mat-forming, warm-season native grass with fine, narrow blades. Tan, brush-like inflorescence in spring turns purple with frost and white over winter. Requires dry conditions. Drought tolerant. Suitable for erosion control and highways.

Blonde Ambition Blue Grama Grass
Bouteloua gracilis 'Blonde Ambition' PP22048

Blue-green blade-like foliage provides flag-likeinflorescence in the summer months that turn to yellow seed heads in fall. Remains visually interesting through cooler seasons as the sturdy stems remain upright for longer. Low maintenance.

Korean Feather Reed Grass
Calamagrostis brachytricha

Pink-tinged inflorescence from fall to frost, mature to light tan and persist over winter. Deep green blades are upright in full sun. Prefers moist, fertile soils; adapts to clay. Warm-season grass for massing, accent, or low spots by ponds and streams.

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