Twilight Zone Little Bluestem

Leaves emerge green in the spring with the tips taking on a silvery purple by mid summer, the flower stems become bright purple in fall.

Golden Sunset™ Indiangrass

Olive green foliage just over 1/2″ wide is joined in late summer by 9″ flowers that last through the winter.

Red Head Fountain Grass

Flower plumes fade to tan in fall as the foliage changes from green to shades of gold and orange. Foliage and flowers remain attractive into winter.

Little Bluestem

Self-seeds and comes back larger each year to fill in an area. A slow, non-invasive speed. Asexual propagation prohibited.

Zebra Grass

This grass forms widely arching clumps instead of being strictly upright.

My Fair Maiden™ Maiden Grass

This sterility is important to keep the plant vigorous and throwing flower spikes instead of developing viable seed. Asexual propagation prohibited.

Ice Dance Sedge

Combine with other shade loving plants such as hostas in a moist, shady border.