Located in Oregon's Willamette Valley, we are wholesale growers committed to providing a large, year-round selection of over 2000 varieties of high-quality plant material; readily available to professionals in the landscape and nursery trade.
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Grasses

Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Silberfeder'
Finely textured, graceful ornamental grass with dark green foliage that has a siliver stripe in the center. Tall silky white flower plumes in summer last through winter.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Silberpfeil'
Finely textured, graceful ornamental grass with dark green foliage has a siliver stripe in the center. 7 foot silky white flower plumes in summer last through winter.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Strictus' (Porcupine)
Upright growing, ornamental grass forms a well-shaped clump. Excellent as an accent or border plant. Attractive foliage is variegated with horizontal yellow and green bands.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Variegatus'
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. 'Yaku Jima'
Dwarf ornamental grass forms a thick clump of billowy, arching, narrow leaved foliage. Use as an accent, screen or border. 5 foot tall silvery-white flower plumes early fall to winter.
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Grass, Miscanthus sin. 'Zebrinus'
Upright clumping, perennial grass can be used as a specimen, hedge or screen. Unique foliage is mottled with horizontal, yellow bands. Pale yellow flower plumes are displayed fall to winter, aging to beige.
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Grass, Molinia c. 'Sky Racer'
Upright clumps of green basal foliage, turning golden yellow in fall. Blooms in midsummer with the narrow stiffly upright and unusually tall flower heads to about 8 feet.
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Grass, Molinia c. 'Variegata'
Arched mounds of foliage striped light yellow to creamy white, turning golden yellow in fall. Blooms in midsummer with the narrow flower heads upright or strongly arched.
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Grass, Ophiopogon plan. 'Black Beard'
Clump forming evergreen grass. Whitish lilac flowers spikes 14" tall are followed by nearly black berreis in fall.
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Grass, Ophiopogon plan. 'Nigrescens'
Dense, purplish-black, grass like foliage, evergreen. Dense, purplish-black, grass like foliage. Produces dark lavender pink flowers and purple fall berries, adding interest. Use in mass as an edging plant.
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Grass, Panicum v. 'Dallas Blues'
Clumping, upright grass. Well drained soil. Soft, pastel mauve flowers in August-September. In early fall, it has stunning reddish/purple flower plumes.
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Grass, Panicum v. 'Heavy Metal'
Sleek and vertical metallic blue leaves. Blooms with reddish buds fading to silvery pink. Moisture and drought tolerant.
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Grass, Panicum v. 'Hot Rod' PPAF
Upright blades emerge a blue-green, maturing to red until the whole plant is rich, deep maroon. Turns red earlier than any other switch grass, providing year roound interest. Burgundy seedheads in July. Cut grass back in March so as to leave seedheads as a wildlife foodsource.
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Grass, Panicum v. 'Northwind'
Bluish green upright blades with finely textured flowers in late summer. Can tolerate a wide range of soils. Impressive when planted in mass. Takes on a yellow hue in fall.
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Grass, Panicum v. 'Prairie Sky'
Stiffly upright metallic-blue foliage. Very similar in growth habit to P. 'Heavy Metal', but taller with less rigid habit with tendency to flop in wet seasons, upright in drier, and more powdery blue. In late summer billowing plumes of amber brown top the clump. Moist soil preferred, can tolerate dry.
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Grass, Panicum v. 'Rotstrahlbusch'
Arching leaves are brushed with red-purple highlights, with clusters of wine colored flowers. The entire plant turns red then golden yellow in fall, with mahogany winter color.
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Grass, Panicum v. 'Ruby Ribbons'™ PP17944
Soft blue-green blades turn burgundy along tips. Color deepens in fall. Attractive reddish brown plumes in summer with ornamental seed heads. Showy well into fall. Cut down to ground in early spring.
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Grass, Panicum v. 'Shenandoah'
The leaf tips turn red soon after it starts to grow in the spring. In fall the foliage is a spectacular deep burgundy color. Flowers tinged with pink. Prefers moist fertile soil, but adapts to a wide range of soil conditions. Slow spreader.
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Grass, Pennisetum a. 'Burgundy Bunny' PP21,917
Tight clumping habit. Fine, green leaves with red highlights age to truly blazing red in autumn. Everything about this grass is petite, including its short stature, narrow green leaves, and small tufted cream flower plumes in late summer.
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Grass, Pennisetum a. 'Hameln'
Dwarf fountain grass. Creamy white flower clusters, beginning in late July. Excellent for ground cover massing.
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Grass, Pennisetum a. 'Little Bunny'
Compact perennial form and wide clumps of graceful, arching foliage. Fluffy buff colored flower tassels in summer rise slightly above the foliage. Tough little grass is a must for the small garden, border or rock garden.
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Grass, Pennisetum a. 'Moudry'
Unique ornamental grass with deep green foliage having a mounded form. Late blooming flower plumes are cast almost black by dark colored awns. Use in a bed, border or as a mass planting.
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Grass, Pennisetum alopecuroides
Clump forming evergreen perennial grass is excellent for mass or group plantings with its bright green foliage. Big pink-purple flowers are displayed in mid to late summer. Well-drained soil.
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Grass, Pennisetum o. 'Karley Rose'
Perennial grass. Grown for its rose-purple colored flowers and for having a longer blooming period than other fountain grass varieties.
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Grass, Pennisetum orientale
Low growing and compact, clump forming grass. Dark green fountain of leaves. Fluffy, nearly white flowers with a tint of pearly-pink, blooming from late June into October. Best in well drained soils.
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Grass, Pennisetum s. 'Fireworks' PP18,540 ~NET~
Colorful, upright growing grass with variegated stripes of white, green, burgundy and hot pink running the length of the blade. Purple tassles appear in summer. Clumping.
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Grass, Pennisetum s. 'Rubrum'
Clump forming, perennial grass with long narrow purplish maroon leaves. Does not survive prolong temperature below 40 degrees F. Full sun. Crimson shaded flowers panicles. Best treated as an annual.
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Grass, Pennisetum s. 'Skyrocket' ~NET~
Clumping grass with vase-like habit. Smoky pink blooms fade to cream. Blooms are Sterile.
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Grass, Schizacyrium sco. 'The Blues'
Stunning blue foliage accented by red stems. Shades of purple, orange and blue in fall. Purple to bronze flowers. Attractive seed heads in summer. Cut down to ground in late winter. Drought tolerant once established.
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Grass, Schizacyrium scoparium 'Prairie Blues'
Improved selection of the native bluestem. Striking grey-blue folaige. Pinkish orange tones in the fall. Silver seed heads in fall. Perfect for a sustainable landscape with drought conditions. Looks nice planted in mass.
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Grass, Schizacyrium scoparium 'Prairie Munchkin'
Stiff, upright bright green stems mature to a silver blue. Remains erect and will not flop over. Turns a showy red orange color in fall. Steel blue plumes in fall will mature to a strawberry blond. Drought tolerant once established.
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Grass, Scirpus acutus
Erect giant species of sedge with long cylindrical to angular gray green stems.It spreads into large colonies by rhizomes. Native to CA, OR, and WA marshes.
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Grass, Scirpus microcarpus
Upright, spreads by rhizomes. Five to eleven flat, grass like leaves sprout from the base and along the stem. Inflorescence is a panicle of many clusters of spikelets and leaf like bracts on the ends of several branched stems.
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Grass, Sesleria autumnalis ~NET~
Green evergreen clumping cool season grass. Attractive silvery-white flower spikes in fall. Plant in mass for nice effect. Performs best in fall.
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Grass, Stipa tenuissima
Clumping, evergreen grass. Large, fine-textured tufts of bluish-green foliage. Blooms June to August in loose, open panicles with golden spikelets held 8'' above the tufts.
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Liriope gigantea (Ophiopogon jaburan)
Dense mounds of evergreen, dark green grass-like foliage. Spikes of white flowers are held well above the leaves, followed by violet blue fruit. Excellent for edging or along borders. Takes division well.
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Liriope m. 'Silvery Sunproof'
Clumping, evergreen perennial blade-like foliage. Bold yellow, then white striped dark green foliage. Flower spikes of soft lilac bloom above the foliage.
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Liriope muscari 'Big Blue'
Dense evergreen perennial groundcover. Spikes of blue flowers are held well above the leaves, followed by black fruit. Blooms in Summer.
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Liriope muscari 'Monroe's White'- 25 per flat ~NET~
Non-spreading, Fast growing groundcover. Large spikes of white flowers stand out against dense clumps of dark, forest green foliage.
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Liriope muscari 'Royal Purple'
Tall clusters of deep purple spikes above attractive evergreen, grass-like foliage. Blooms in late summer, followed by black berries in fall. Excellent for edging a bed or pathway. Drought tolerant once established.
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Liriope s. 'Silver Dragon'
Versatile, evergreen perennial to about 10 inches high. Hardy to about -10 degrees F. Partial sun. Grasslike foliage with silvery white vertical striping. Pale purple flowers followed by greenish white berries.
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Liriope spicata
Arching mat growth habit, forming a very dense turf-like groundcover. Pale violet to white flowers in mid to late summer; blue-black berrylike fruit. Prefers moist fertile soil.
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Liriope spicata- 18 per flat ~NET~
Arching mat growth habit, forming a very dense turf-like groundcover. Pale violet to white flowers in mid to late summer; blue-black berrylike fruit. Prefers moist fertile soil.
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Ophiopogon japonicus
Clumping, evergreen grass. Dark green foliage. Tiny spikes of lilac flowers appear in summer.
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Ophiopogon japonicus 'Nana'
Moderate growing, dense slowly spreading, clumping, evergreen grass. Stemless dark green grass-like leaves make small scale ground covers. Tiny spikes of lilac flowers appear in summer
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Ophiopogon japonicus 'Silver Mist'
Narrow green foliage with a white variegation gives off a shimmery effect. Small lavender flower spike in summer, followed by dark purple berries. It's compact form is excellent as a groundcover or in containers.
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