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Fountain Grass Cassian

Graceful, flowing fountain grasses are versatile and beautiful plants for sunny, dry landscapes. This dwarf fountain grass works well in tight, small spaces, in borders or perennial gardens. It is similar in appearance to Pennisetum alopecuroides Hameln, but Cassian is a foot taller. ‘Cassian’ produces cream-pink tinted bottlebrush blooms in July that persist well into September. A palette of oranges and reds appears in October.

Juncus Blue Arrow

This grass is easy to grow in moist to wet soil but, is surprisingly drought tolerant. Plant in full sun to light shade for best results, This grass will add contrast and interest to any garden through out the year. With its stiff and upright form add to a container planting or use in a pond area. With a 36" height and a spread of 12" this plant will work almost anywhere in your garden or landscape.

Carex 'Ice Dancer'

Ice Dancer is a dense spreading sedge with a bright white edge. Grown for its contrasting foliage this plant will complement most other plants in your garden. Evergreen in most climates adding a bright color in the winter months when most plants are dormant. 6-12" in height with a 1-3' spread with little to no maintenance. Use as a border , clump together for a accent or container plant with spring or fall color for added interest.

Juncus 'Curly Wurly"

A fun looking plant with twisted, spiraling foliage. This plant will work well in areas with poor drainage or in aquatic containers. Plant as a mass planting, border edge or in a bog garden. This grass does best in a full sun to part shade areas and needs to stay moist. Grows to 18" in height and spread, will work even in a city environment in small gardens or pots.

carex evergold

Bright variegated foliage that is green and yellow this plant offers great winter interest, along with adding great year round color. Great for an edging or rock garden or in clumps in a landscape. Works with any soil type in sun or in part shade. With a height to 8" with a spread of 12". Try planting in a large container with salvia, firespike or even upright rosemary.