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Festuca glauca Festuca glauca 

 ca$á3.65  Buy Now 
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. 
Koeleria pyramidata Koeleria pyramidata 

 ca$á3.50  Buy Now 
This cool-season, clump-forming perennial grass has narrow, light green leaves and bears attractive flower spikes from June through September. Height and spread 18 inches. 
Nassella tenuissima Nassella tenuissima 

  Syn. Stipa tenuissima
 ca$á3.55  Buy Now 
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. 
Sporobolus heterolepis Sporobolus heterolepis 

 ca$á3.75  Buy Now 
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... 
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