Juncus Blue Dart

Compact, Unique Blue Grass for Indoors or Out

The Inflexus Blue Dart Grass is unique among ornamental grasses for its blue hue and ability to thrive indoors or out. Plus, because it’s cold hardy down to -20 degrees, prevents soil erosion and adapts to a number of conditions, including standing water and drought. That means the barest, most unsightly corners of any yard can be elevated by Inflexus, whether you plant as groundcover or in a rain garden.

Even better is the Inflexus’ manageable size. This ornamental grass averages just under 2 feet in height and 1 foot in width, making it well-suited to tight spaces indoors or out. Because it grows in both full sun and partial shade, a container-grown Blue Dart can be brought indoors to spruce up living spaces and beyond.

But the best part is that our Blue Dart is a proven performer. It’s consistent in size and color, year over year, because we’ve planted and grown it at our nursery ahead of time. We’ve meticulously monitored our Blue Dart under optimal conditions so that you get a strong start once it arrives to your door.

You get instant blue color, hardy strength and versatility in planting because we’ve done the hard work. Now, you reap the rewards of the one-of-a-kind Inflexus.

Planting & Care

1. Planting Instructions: Choose an area with full sun to partial shade for your Inflexus Blue Dart, whether it’s indoors or out. That means any location with about 4 to 8 hours of sunlight per day. Moist but well-drained soil is also important for your Blue Dart to thrive. However, it thrives in most soil types and benefits from some mulching for best growth.

To plant your Blue Dart, dig a hole that’s deep enough to cover the plant’s root ball – it should also be about two times the root ball’s width. After placing your Blue Dart, tamp down the soil while backfilling to avoid air pocket. Water to settle the soil that surrounds the roots.

2. Watering: Water your Blue Dart deeply and regularly during the first full growing season for best results. To test when and how much to water your plant, check the top 2 to 3 inches of soil – if it’s dry, it’s time to water until the soil is moist but not oversaturated.