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Sporobolus heterolepis Sporobolus heterolepis

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A beautiful perennial grass that can take a while to establish and therefore is a good indication of undisturbed prairie in the wild. The leaves form gently rounded hummocks of silver green in the spring and summer with delicate sprays of seed above. The golden colour of the leaves in fall can... 
Sesleria heufleriana Sesleria heufleriana

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This densely-tufted, mound-forming evergreen perennial grass has bright green linear leaves that are gray-green beneath. From late spring to late summer, white spikelets are borne in panicles and age to deep purple. Height and spread is 24 inches. Suits the front of a herbaceous border, a rock... 
Nassella viridula Nassella viridula

  Syn. Stipa viridula
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This cool season, clump-forming grass has narrow linear green leaves and grows to about 2 feet tall. Suitable for naturalized areas or for transition between a cultivated garden and the wild landscape. 
Nassella tenuissima Nassella tenuissima

  Syn. Stipa tenuissima
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This deciduous perennial grass has narrow linear green leaves and bears many softly feathery greenish-white panicles that age to buff. Height 24 inches; spread 12 inches. 
Molinia caerulea Molinia caerulea

  Syn. Aira caerulea
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Perennial ornamental grass with mid-green leaves with purple bases. Bears purple spikelts on yellow-tinted stems from spring to autumn. To 5 feet high. 
Milium effusum 'Aureum' Milium effusum 'Aureum'

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This loosely tufted semi-evergreen perennial grass has flat, strap-shaped leaves of rich golden yellow and bears tiny golden spikelets in midsummer. 24 inches high and 12 inches wide. 
Lagurus ovatus Lagurus ovatus

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This tufted annual grass has arching linear pale green leaves and bears ovoid spike-like panicles of softly hairy pale green spikelets that age to buff colour throughout summer. Height 20 inches; spread 12 inches. Suits a mixed or herbaceous border. 
Helictotrichon sempervirens Helictotrichon sempervirens

  Syn. Avena notarisii
  Syn. Avena sempervirens
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Evergreen perennial grass with gray-blue leaves. In early summer, straw-coloured spikelets are borne on stiff, upright stems. Height 4-1/2 feet; spread 2 feet. Suits an herbaceous border or gravel plantings. Drought-tolerant once established. 
Festuca idahoensis Festuca idahoensis

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This densely-clumped perennial bunchgrass has short, rolling blue leaves and bears hairy buff-coloured spikelets above the foliage in summer. Height 12-24 inches. Drought-tolerant and deer resistant. Useful for foliage contrast in an alpine or rock garden. 
Festuca glauca Festuca glauca

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This densely tufted, perennial evergreen grass forms a tidy mound of blue-green leaves up to 12 inches high. Bears violet-flushed flower spikelets in early summer. 
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