Cool-season, clump-forming grass with narrow, green and white blades and a pink hue in cooler climates. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil. Drought tolerant once established.
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Elijah Blue Fescue Grass
Festuca glauca 'Elijah Blue'
A powder-blue cushion of fine spiky foliage and 15-25 cm spikes of buff coloured inflorescence in summer. Cool-season grass which holds colour in heat. Drought tolerant. Prefers well-drained soil. Dwarf fescue for borders and accents.
Native to Western North America. Blue-green, upright tuft of finely textured grass and spring infloresence spikes which mellow to beige. Deadhead to prevent self-sowing. Does not require dividing. Prefers dry soils once established. Tolerates light shade.
Rocky Mountain Fescue
Hardy, native reclamation grass. Lighter green foliage and finer texture than other fescue. Loose tufts are topped by tall stems with light purple-green inflorescence from late spring to summer. Drought tolerant once established in a well-drained soil.
Blue Oat Grass
Non-spreading, dome-like clumps of erect, needle-thin intense blue blades. Blue oat-like inflorescence in late spring to summer, mature to a wheat colour. Cool-season grass requires adequate drainage and moist, fertile soil. Drought tolerant once established.
Improved rust resistance. Domes of thin, finely textured, intense powder blue foliage with oat-like inflorescence in late spring maturing to beige. Cool-season grass requires adequate drainage and moist, fertile soil. Drought tolerant once established.