Ornamental Grasses

Botanical Listing (Common Name)
 Carex phyllocephala ‘Sparkler’ (Sparkler Sedge)
18”-20”, gorgeous evergreen green & white variegated sedge with leaves radiating out from a central point, part shade or sun if irrigated, moist, well drained, practically maintenance free. 
 Chasmanthium latifolium (Inland Sea Oats)
Native, 3’, clumping grass, leaves 4”-8” alternating up stems, green dangling seed heads in summer turn gold & tan in fall, foliage is pale gold with purple shadings in fall, part shade, wet or dry areas, dormant in winter
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 Curculigo capitalata (Palm Grass)
3’-5’, arching palm-like leaves, evergreen in protected areas, small yellow flowers in summer, borne near base of plant, shade .
 Equisetum hyemale (Horsetail Rush)
3’-4’, narrow, jointed rush-like foliage, dark green foliage turns greenish-bronze in winter, full sun/part shade, grows in wet areas or shallow water, spreads by rhizomes.    
 Miscanthus sinensis ‘Adagio’ (Adagio Grass)
2’-3’, compact, silver gray-green foliage, flowers emerge pink, turning white 1’-2’ above foliage, sun, moist well drained.
 Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gracillimus’ Gracillimus (Maiden Grass)
3’-4’, arching foliage with copper colored flowers 1’-2’ August/September, sun, moisture & drought tolerant.
 Miscanthus sinensis ‘Variegata’ (Japanese Variegated Grass)
3’-4’, clumping, arching, white-striped leaves 1/4” wide, blanching to almond color in fall, flowers mid/late summer, sun/part shade, moisture & drought tolerant, deer resistant.
    
 Muhlenbergia capillaris (Gulf Coast Muhly)
Native, 2’, very fine textured bluish-green foliage, cloud-like, striking pink flower panicles 1’ above foliage, sun, moisture & drought tolerant, deer resistant.
 Muhlenbergia dumosa (Bamboo Muhly)
Native, semi-evergreen, 4’-6’ fern-like foliage, resembling graceful clumping bamboo, tiny purplish flowers after turning wheat colored, sun, moist, good drainage, deer resistant.
 Muhlenbergia lindheimeri (Lindheimer Muhly)
Native, 3’-4’, fine-textured grass, showy flower spikes 1’-2’ above foliage with subtle shades of silvery-pink September to winter, sun, good drainage, drought tolerant once established.
 Nasella tenuissima (Stipa) (Mexican Feather Grass)
Native, 18”, clumping needle thin leaves, silky awns resemble a flowing mane of blonde hair when mature, flowers June to fall, sun/part shade, good drainage, drought tolerant.
 Ophiopogon japonicus ‘Nana’ (Dwarf Monkey Grass)
Evergreen groundcover, 5”, dark blue-green, smooth, fine textured foliage, sun, heavy shade, best in part shade, moist, well drained.
 Panicum virgatum ‘Prairie Sky’ (Prairie Sky Switch Grass)
Native Prairie Grass Selection, 3’-4’, stunning sky blue, erect, upright foliage, showy flowers, fall color & winter silhouette, sun, tolerant of soil types & conditions from dry to boggy, sand to clay.
 Panicum virgatum ‘Shenadoah’ (Shenandoah Switch Grass)
Native Prairie Grass Selection, 3’-4’, erect, dark green foliage tinged maroonish-red, showy panicles, fall color & winter silhouette, sun, tolerant of soil types & conditions from dry to boggy, sand to clay.
 Pennisetum alopecuriodes ‘Cassian’ (Cassian Fountain Grass)
1’- 11/2’, dark green, fine-textured foliage, compact silver-tan fox-tail flowers maturing to creamy tan 6”-12” above foliage June/July, sun, moist, good drainage.
 Schizachyrium scoparium ‘The Blues’ (The Blues Little Bluestem)
Native, 2’-3’ stunning blue foliage accented by red stems, fall color ranges from bronze to orange full sun, drought tolerant.