- A shade of blue that is very unique in landscaping
- One tough plant- does fine in drought and poor soils
- New variety doesn’t fade- enjoy rich color all year!
- Looks amazing in large groups
Makes a Colorful Statement
The unusual silver-blue-green color will contrast well with dark or light green plants in your garden. It’s a unique shade of color that is highly desired by landscape architects. It will keep its unique leaves all year in growing zones 4-9.
Looks Great in Groups
You often see these in rows along driveways, sidewalks, or natural areas in front of houses in high end neighborhoods. It gives your landscape a bright splash of contrast that you don’t often see.
“No Fuss”- Just Plant it and Forget It
These are very forgiving plants- you don’t have to give them constant attention, which makes it easier when your planting in big groups. They resist drought, insects and diseases. They grow fine in any soil type, too.
More Planting Ideas
Blue Festuca Grass is exceptional in rock gardens, and makes an eye-catching addition to the flower border. Try it in groups in the landscape where it can line a path or define a corner. It is also gorgeous under or around any plant or shrub with red or purple foliage. Use your imagination – Blue Festuca Grass will bring remarkable contrast to all of its neighbors.