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.

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Calamagrostis emodensis£5.00

A very ornamental grass, forming upright clumps of fresh green leaves from which appear distinctive arching flowerheads, white flushed pink aging to buff in autumn. Well-drained soil in sun.

 
Elymus magellanicus

Elymus magellanicus£6.50

Magellan rye grass

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

 
Panicum 'Oxblood Autumn'

Panicum 'Oxblood Autumn'£7.50

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.

 

Panicum virgatum 'Heiliger Hain'

A striking clump-forming grass with an upright habit, the blue-green leaves turn deep purple in the autumn, panicles of airy purple flowers turn beige and persist through winter. Sun and well-drained soil. Cut back in late winter.

 
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.

 
 
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