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Berkley Sedge

This member of the grass family grows 12-18" tall and is hardy in Zones 8-10. With its gracefully narrow arching leaves this plant makes a great border, mass planting or ground cover. Considered a perennial in most areas, cut back in early spring for best growth. Works well in sun or shade. Grows in moist areas where most plants would struggle.

Pink Muhly Grass

Muhly grass is easy to grow in full sun but you will want to help it adapt to your soil quickly by adding a good soil mix. This southern native grass will perform outstanding in your garden. With spiky green foliage topped with airy pink flowers in the fall. This is a great alternative to pampas grass, as the plumes fade the grass will still look good through out the winter. This grass is hardy through zone 6 and higher, cut back a too a few inches in the spring before new growth begins this will keep it looking great through out the year.

Gold Strike Carex

Gold Strike Carex has a narrow leaf that arches upward and out giving a lush look to the foliage. Sports evergreen blades with dark green margins. Thrives in moist, well-drained soils and makes a statement when densely planted together. Grows 15-20” high with a spread of 2’ wide. Hardy to Zone 6.

Dianella White Variegated

Grown for its bold striped leaves and small flowers in mid spring. Makes a great background plant for smaller plants and shrubs. Works best as a mass planting, in full sun or part shade. Will also tolerate frost in most areas. Use a slow release fertilizer in the spring. Make sure to mulch to help retain water.

Karley Rose Fountain Grass

Karley Rose Fountain Grass is a beautiful plant that performs well in the hot Texas sun! It is a patented ornamental grass that was discovered by David Skwiot in 1995, who named this grass after his daughter. This grass has smoky purple plumes that will last all summer long. Its foliage is a beautiful blue-green color. This grass is very drought tolerant and is suitable for xeriscaping.