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Grasses

Grass, Deschampsia cespitosa
Clump forming, semi-evergreen grass. Narrow, dark green foliage remains intact long enough for some early winter interest. Flower panicles in summer. Can be used for erosion cotrol. NW Native.
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Grass, Elymus arenarius
Coarsely textured, perennial grass has an open and spreading form. Use in mass plantings, as an accent or border. Foliage is light blue-gray. Bluish-gray flowers are formed in mid-summer. Grows 3' high and 2' wide.
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Grass, Elymus glauca
Coarsely textured, perennial grass has an open and spreading form. Use in mass plantings, as an accent or border. Foliage is light blue-gray. Bluish-gray flowers are formed in mid-summer. Grows 3' high and 2' wide.
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Grass, Elymus magellanicus
Clump-forming grass with bold ice blue foliage. Evergreen in areas with a mild winter. Drought tolerant.
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Grass, Equisetum hyemale
Rush like spreading evergreen with bright green, slender hollow stems. Black bands at each node contrasts nicely with green. Provides a strong vertical accent in the garden. Great in containers, rain gardens or any moist area. Must be contained to keep under control.
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Grass, Equisetum scirpoides
Spreading, clumping, marginal evergreen perennial with thin, wiry deep green stems to about 6 to 8 inches tall and with an indefinite spread. Tiny catkin-like light brown flowers from summer to autumn.
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Grass, Erianthus ravennae (Sacchurum ravennae)
Among the largest and striking of the cold hardy ornamental grasses. Grey-green blades on a upright clumping habit. In summer plumes emerge a purple bronze and mature to a silvery gray in fall. Ideal specimen for a large garden.
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Grass, Festuca a. 'Rainbow'
Clumping evergreen grass. Foliage is ice blue with multi-colored highlights.
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Grass, Festuca a. 'Superba'
Tufted and clump forming perennial grass with intensely blue-silver leaves to about 1 foot. Amethyst colored flower stems are about 2 feet high.
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Grass, Festuca c. 'Beyond Blue'
Upright, clumping, evergreen grass. Lovely grass with metallic blue spiky foliage that holds its color all season long. In early summer the neat compact mounds are topped with silvery wheat-like seed heads. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Grass, Festuca c. 'Boulder Blue'
Lovely grass with metallic blue spiky foliage that holds its color all season long! In early summer the neat compact mounds are topped with silvery wheat-like seed heads. A very tough perennial that looks great as an edging, in a rock garden, or in the front of a border. Thrives in dry locations!
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Grass, Festuca id. 'Siskiyou Blue'
Evergreen clump forming grass. Narrow chalky blue foliage with flower stalks rising 6" above the foliage in late spring early summer. Deer resistant.
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Grass, Festuca o. g. 'Elijah Blue'
Compact, evergreen, clumping grass. Foliage is powder blue; leaves are narrow. Flowers are sparse; blooms in May through June. Drought and heat tolerant.
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Grass, Festuca o. g. 'Golden Toupee'
Compact evergreen grass. Tight clumps of bright yellow foliage that fades to gray-green in the fall.
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Grass, Festuca o. glauca
The species that all the cultivars were derived from, this one self sows readily. Blue green foliage. Blooms: summer, fall .
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Grass, Festuca x 'Cool As Ice'
Fine blue foliage with a hint of grey-gren in spring. Spikes of blue-green flowers in summer. Better heat tolerance than other varieties. Drought tolerant once established. Excellent in mass or in rock gardens.
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Grass, Hakonechloa m. 'Albostriata'
Gracefully arching green leaves with longitudinal white stripes. Prefers moist areas.
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Grass, Hakonechloa m. 'All Gold'
Slow spreading perennial grass. Bright chartreuse foliage all year with reddish brown flower spike in late spring early fall. Good for cascading down slopes, draping over rocks and walls, and containers.
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Grass, Hakonechloa m. 'Aureola'
Arching perennial Grass. Blades are 1/2” wide & bright yellow color with very thin green stripes. In fall the golden foliage becomes tinged with shades of pink and red.
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Grass, Hakonechloa m. 'Beni Kaze'
Gracefully arching green leaves with red and orange fall color.
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Grass, Hakonechloa macra ~NET~
Apple green cascading leaves form graceful, mounding clumps. Light lime green sprays in late summer. Thrives in full to partial shade. Excellent when planted in mass along a border or shady slope.
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Grass, Helictotrichon s. 'Sapphire'
Perennial grass forms a mound of deep silvery blue foliage. Use as a colorful groundcover, border or accent plant. Bluish-brown, arching flower sprays form above the foliage in early summer.
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Grass, Helictotrichon sempervirens
Upright, clumping, evergreen grass. Silver blue blades form a neat clump. Tall light brown/beige flowers appear in early summer.
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Grass, Holcus lanatus 'Variegated Velvet'
Soft, gray-green foliage with white flower panicles in midsummer. Provide moisture, partial shade and well-drained soil.
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Grass, Juncus e. 'Goldstrike'
Eye catching gold and green striped rounded erect stems. Thrives in moist areas. Perfect for a bog area or water garden.
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Grass, Juncus e. 'Spiralis'
A small but impressive rush. Dark green, wire-like foliage grows in a tangle of curious spirals, resembling corkscrews. A warm season, irregular clump forming ornamental grass. Flowers are sparse, emerging from the sides of the foliage. Effective as a single plant in a clay pot or other container. Prefers very moist to wet conditions in full sun to part shade. Protect in hot climates by providing shallow water 1-6" over the crown. A great pond or bog plant. 14-18" tall and wide
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Grass, Juncus e. 'Unicorn'
Clump forming, evergreen grass. Medium green stems that twists and turns. Occasional cutting to the ground is recommended. Grows well in wet conditions.
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Grass, Juncus effusus
Upright, fanning, deep green, rounded stems make a great accent in a container or water garden. Prefers moist, well-drained soil.
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Grass, Juncus ensifolius
Compact, large upright rush that grows in clumps. Clusters of tiny flowers that are greenish- to purplish-brown. Blooms between June and August.
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Grass, Juncus inflexus 'Afro'
Blue-green foliage that twists like a corkscrew. Great for a water garden or in other mist growing conditions. Slowly spreads from creeping rhizomes
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Grass, Juncus patens
Clumping perennial. Grown more for its gracefully arcing foliage than its blossom, inconspicuous light brown flowers appear from May to November. Surprisingly drought tolerant once established.
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Grass, Juncus patens 'Elk Blue'
Dense clumps of blue-grey upright stems. Evergreen foliage. Inconspicuous golden brown flowers in spring to fall. Drought tolerant once established.
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Grass, Koeleria glauca ~NET~
Short lived grass with bluish-green blades. Flowers emerge green and mature to a silvery-white. Prefers well drained soil. Drought tolerant once established.
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Grass, Koeleria macrantha ~NET~
Compact clump of green-grey foliage. Silvery green plumes mature to tan in summer. Great planted in mass or when allowed to naturalize. May self-seed. Prefers well drained soil.
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Grass, Leymus arenarius 'Blue Dune'
Spreading Herbaceous Grass. Striking silver blue foliage is a standout in any landscape. Brown flowers 1 ft. above foliage. Spreads vigorously by rhizomes, filling in large areas quickly.
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Grass, Luzula nivea
Tussock forming, strongly spreading, evergreen rush with dark green basal leaves with hair at the margins. Flowers in early May in light green masses to 2 feet. Easy to grow in mnoist soils including heavy clay. Prefers moisture, but is very drought tolerant.
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Grass, Luzula nivea 'Lucius'
Tussock forming, strongly spreading, evergreen rush with dark green basal leaves with hair at the margins. Easy to grow.
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Grass, Luzula sylvatica
Tussock forming, strongly spreading, evergreen rush with dark green basal leaves with hair at the margins. Flowers in early May in light green masses. Easy to grow in mnoist soils including heavy clay. Prefers moisture, but is very drought tolerant.
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Grass, Milleum effusum 'Aureum'
Slowly spreading, loosely tufted, semi-evergreen perennial grass. Smooth, flat strap-shaped rich golden yellow leaves. Tiny golden spikelets produced on delicate golden stems fron late spring to mid summer.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Adagio'
Fast growing dwarf perennial grass. Gracefull silvery green arching foliage that becomes orange, gold, and burgandy in the fall. Hundreds of bronzy pink plumes emerge in late summer turning to white through fall and winter
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Arabesque'
Clump-forming grass with upright, narrow, green, blades. Feathery plumes start out light pink and age to silvery white.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Autumn Light'
Fine textured green blades that turn golden bronze after frost. Delicate silvery-white plume stalks are taller, and bloom in September. Full sun for best foliage.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Cabaret'
Foliage is green with creamy white stripes. Blooms in the summer with plumes that are pinkish-white.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Cosmopolitan'
Variegata white striped miscanthus hybrid. It is much more stable than Misc. sin. 'Variegata', having erect stems that grow to the thickness of a man's finger. it is less white than 'Variegata', but is more floriferous, frosting the top of the plant in a wine red in October.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Dixieland'
Graceful ornamental grass is excellent used as a specimen, screen, or in a mass planting. 1" wide foliage has a creamy-white stripe. In fall, silvery-white flower plumes are formed. Finely textured, graceful ornamental grass
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Far East'
Clump forming grass with silver and dark green striped leaves. Bushy deep red flower plumes in mid-summer. Compact growth.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Giganteus'
Warm season; clump forming; very robust Foliage is green. Flowers Sept through frost grow above foliage
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Gold Bar' PP15193
Slow growing, narrow, upright perennial grass. Dramatic bright green foliage with gold stripes from top to bottom on every leaf. Valuble for adding texture to beds and borders.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Gracillimus'
Moderate growing, clumping, perennial grass. Fine textured silver green blades turn golden bronze in winter good for perennial beds and containers.
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