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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... 
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... 
Stipa gigantea Stipa gigantea

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This evergreen or semi-evergreen perennial grass gets the designation 'Giant' not for its leaves, which form a tidy hummock 30-60cm around (1-2 feet), but for the seed heads, which can reach 2-2.5m (6-8 feet) in height. Although this height may seem imposing, this grass is has a delicate, almost... 
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