Who’s Showing Off Today?

Posted by & filed under Birds, Maiden grass, Ornamental grasses, Uncategorized, Winter Landscaping

  Impressive 6 to 8 foot arching stems topped by feathery silver blooms makes Maiden Grass a wintertime favorite.     Easily grown in a wide range of soil types (from sandy soil to heavy clay), this ornamental grass prefers full sun and moderate moisture. It’s clump formation expands slowly by rhizomes, but it can self-seed …

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Who’s Showing Off Today?

Posted by & filed under Clay Soil, Drought tolerant plants, Dry gardens, Fall color, Little Bluestem; Winter Interest, Native Grasses, Uncategorized

Truly a wintertime beauty, Little Bluestem adds appealing color and form to the sometimes bleak winter months.     Native to prairies across the continent, Little Bluestem is easy to grow in well-drained, full sun locations. It does well in a variety of soil types, including dry, shallow, rocky or even clay soils.Typically growing to …

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