Shopping Basket
Recently Viewed

Important!  If you'd like to come and see us please see our visiting page.

Ornamental Grasses

Ornamental grasses are indispensable - they provide contrast to more colourful plants, and move gracefully with the wind. They can be grown in a mixed border, or in a 'grassery' by themselves, and they look great in pots.

Page 1 of 1:    16 Items

 Compare Selected
Andropogon (Schizachyrium ) scoparium 'Prairie Blues'

Andropogon (Schizachyrium ) scoparium 'Prairie Blues'£5.00

 
Calamagrostis acutiflora 'Overdam'

Calamagrostis acutiflora 'Overdam'£6.00

Feather reed-grass

A tall variegated grass with green leaves each with a creamy-white edge. Showy plumes of pinkish flowers are produced on vertical stems in late summer and persist into winter.

 

Carex buchananii f. viridis 'Green Twist'£5.00

Leatherleaf Sedge

A form with olive green, rather than the normal brown, leaves. These are very narrow, with curling brown tips and make a dense upright clump, suitable for growing as a specimen, or in a mixed planting in a container. Cool season.

 
Carex umbrosa sub. sabynensis 'Thinny Thin'

Carex umbrosa sub. sabynensis 'Thinny Thin'£6.00

Attractive little evergreen Carex with very fine variegated leaves. A good sedge for growing in a pot in a sunny or shady spot.

 
Cortaderia selloana

Cortaderia selloana£5.00

Pampas Grass

A large tough evergreen grass noted for its large white feathery plumes, currently much in vogue as a cut flower. Needs space and sun.

 
Cyperus involucratus

Cyperus involucratus£7.50

Umbrella Grass

Closely related to the Papyrus but much smaller, and much hardier.

 
Cyperus involucratus 'Nanus'

Cyperus involucratus 'Nanus'£6.50

This striking grass related to the Egyptian Papyrus makes a neat plant with a umbrella shaped whorl of bracts.

 
Deschampsia cespitosa 'Goldtau'

Deschampsia cespitosa 'Goldtau'£5.00

A beautiful cultivar of our native Tufted Hair Grass, living up to its common name when in flower. It forms a clump of evergreen foliage, from which upright flower stalks appear in summer - these explode into a mass of tiny pale yellow flowers, which gradually fade but persist through winter

 
Elymus magellanicus

Elymus magellanicus£5.00

Magellan rye grass

One of the best blue grasses with narrow, intense blue leaves and almost prostrate flower spikes in summer.

 
Eragrostis elliottii

Eragrostis elliottii£6.00

Love Grass

From eastern USA comes this graceful grass, making clumps of arching narrow blue-green leaves, topped with white flowers which dance in the wind in summer.

 
Eragrostis trichodes

Eragrostis trichodes£5.00

Sand Love GrassA lovely deciduous grass for warm dry sunny conditions, where it will catch the sun and wind. Forms billowing masses of tiny flowers followed by pinkish seed heads.
 

Helictotrichon sempervirens£6.00

Blue Oat Grass

A grass for dry soil in sun, where it forms clumps of narrow blue-grey foliage, topped with buff coloured florwers in early summer. Semi-evergreen, so comb away any dead leaves in spring.

 

Molinia caerulea subsp. caerulea 'Heidebraut'£5.00

A beautiful deciduous grass, upright in habit and flowering in summer into autumn, when it turns a golden colour, stunning when caught by the sun. Dies back for the winter. Normal soil, sun to part-shade.

 
Panicum 'Oxblood Autumn'

Panicum 'Oxblood Autumn'£6.00

A striking clump-forming grass with an upright habit. Foliage starts the season green with reddish tones appearing by autumn. Sun and well-drained soil. Cut back in late winter.

 

Sporobolus heterolepis£6.00

Prairie Drop Seed

Attractive clump forming grass, lime-green in summer turning copper in autumn. Good for border edges or paths and also containers. Drought tolerant. Sun or part shade. Divide early summer.

 
Stipa (Nassella)  tenuissima

Stipa (Nassella) tenuissima£5.00

Mexico Feather Grass, Pony Tail

An upright clump forming grass with very fine narrow foliage, enhanced by soft feather flower panicles in summer.

 
  
 Compare Selected

Page 1 of 1:    16 Items