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Andropogon

Andropogon ternarius (38 cells)

Trays: 24
North American native. Blue-green foliage takes on shades of purple, bronze and red in cool fall weather. Silvery flowers are held on slender stalks for a different look than others in the genus.  Production Location: Florida  Tray...
Calamagrostis

Calamagrostis xacutiflora Eldorado (72 cells) PP16486

Trays: 68
Upright form like 'Karl Foerster', but variegated, with bold gold stripe on the center of the blade.   Production Location: Florida  Common Name: Feather reed grass  USDA Hardiness Zone: 5 - 10  Mature Height: 48...
Calamagrostis

Calamagrostis xacutiflora Hello Spring!™ (38 cells)

Trays: 278
Beautiful variegated form with crisp, uniform green and white striping and refined habit. An Emerald Coast Growers introduction. Product Sheet – Calamagrostis Hello Spring   Production Location: Florida  Common Name: Feather...
Calamagrostis

Calamagrostis xacutiflora Hello Spring!™ (72 cells)

Trays: 8
Beautiful variegated form with crisp, uniform green and white striping and refined habit. An Emerald Coast Growers introduction. Product Sheet – Calamagrostis Hello Spring   Production Location: Florida  Common Name: Feather...
Cortaderia

Cortaderia selloana (38 cells)

Trays: 15
Large and bold with huge, feathery plumes. Pampas grass has been widely used since the Victorian era. Giant white plumes are held upright, high above gray-green foliage that remains evergreen in mild climates.  Production Location:...
Erianthus

Erianthus ravennae (38 cells)

Trays: 175
Truly one of the giants of the grass world. Certainly its most outstanding feature is its size. The tall flower stalks of Erianthus extend high above the foliage. The foliage itself is a handsome gray-green mound, similar in appearance to pampas grass...
Erianthus

Erianthus ravennae (72 cells)

Trays: 236
Truly one of the giants of the grass world. Certainly its most outstanding feature is its size. The tall flower stalks of Erianthus extend high above the foliage. The foliage itself is a handsome gray-green mound, similar in appearance to pampas grass...
Isolepis

Isolepis cernua (38 cells)

Trays: 46
Dense, mop-like mounds are formed by fine, hair-like blades. Stunning next to the water's edge or in a moist rock garden. Impossible to pass without touching!  Production Location: Florida  Tray Size: 38 plants  Common Name:...
Miscanthus

Miscanthus sinensis Autumn Light (38 cells)

Trays: 162
A large specimen with a full, arching form. Narrow green leaves give it a delicate appearance despite its large size. Blooms appear in September and fall foliage can be very beautiful. One of the more cold-hardy Miscanthus varieties. Prefers...
Miscanthus

Miscanthus sinensis Graziella (38 cells)

Trays: 71
A wonderful introduction by Ernst Pagels, 'Graziella' has very similar attributes of 'Gracillimus,' although more upright and arching. Its green foliage is fine and narrow with very attractive blooms held high above the foliage. These blooms open early...
Miscanthus

Miscanthus sinensis Little Kitten (72 cells)

Trays: 0
A petite Miscanthus that forms a mound of narrow, green foliage topped with plumes in late summer and fall.  Production Location: Florida  Tray Size: 72 plants  Common Name: Dwarf maiden grass  USDA Hardiness Zone:...
Miscanthus

Miscanthus sinensis Silberfeder (38 cells)

Trays: 196
Large, feathery seed heads rise high above the foliage. Deep-green foliage has a distinct silver midrib and a gracefully arching shape. Ranks as more cold hardy than most of the Miscanthus species. Prefers well-draining soil.  Production...
Muhlenbergia

Muhlenbergia lindheimeri (38 cells)

Trays: 33
This grass is a heat-loving Texas native. Fine blue-green leaf blades create a stunning mound that supports thick, white plumes that emerge in September.  Production Location: Florida  Tray Size: 38 plants  Common Name:...
Muhlenbergia

Muhlenbergia reverchonii Undaunted® (38 cells)

Trays: 144
Showy glistening flower spikes, a great "see-through" planting. Hardier than most of the genus --can survive winters as cold as Zone 5! Native to TX and OK.  Production Location: Pennsylvania  Tray Size: 38 plants  Common...
Pennisetum

Pennisetum alopecuroides Cassian (38 cells)

Trays: 39
A slightly smaller form of alopecuroides. Grows to a maximum of 3'. Superb fall hues, turning golden with red-orange tints. A great dwarf Pennisetum selection for cooler regions.  Production Location: Florida  Tray Size: 38...
Phalaris

Phalaris arundinacea var picta (38 cells)

Trays: 44
This cultivar has been grown since the Victorian era. Its foliage is soft and vertical, tending to flop attractively, creating a natural look. Prefers moist areas such as streamside. Creamy-white and green variegation. An eye-catching addition to a shady...
Schizachyrium

Schizachyrium scoparium Prairie Blue (38 cells)

Trays: 94
Pewter-blue ribbon-like foliage bears silver seed heads in late summer. Orange highlights in autumn.  Production Location: Florida  Tray Size: 38 plants  Common Name: Little bluestem  USDA Hardiness Zone: 3 -...