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San Marcos Growers
Helictotrichon sempervirens
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added by Annie Thornton to Great Design Plant: Blue Oat Grass Botanical name: Helictotrichon sempervirensCommon name: Blue oat grassUSDA zones: 4 to 8; hardy to less than 0 degrees Fahrenheit (find your zone)Water requirement: Occasional; drought tolerant Light requirement:
middle of fence or corners - blue oat grass
pair blue oat grass with lavender to line front path?
WOULD LOOK GOOD COMBINED WITH LAVENDER...USE EXISTING BLUE GRASS PLANTS I HAVE WITH LAVENDER
oat grass 2 ft wide
Helictotrichon sempervirens, blue oat grass- 2 ft tall
Like this blue oat grass...it needs sun. Too much shade makes it flop over.
Blue-Oat A cool-season grass, blue oat grass thrives in mild
Blue Oat Grass(Helictotrichon sempervirens) Native to central and southwestern EuropeThis plant draws comparisons to blue fescue but is a little larger at 2 feet tall and wide, and appears softer, producing the windblown effect we expect from a grass. Flowers project a foot above the grass in summer
“This plant draws comparisons to blue fescue but is a little larger at 2 feet tall and wide, and appe” — maryhouzz
Pearson Landscape Services
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West Lake Project
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This is a detail shot of the Blue eyed grass installed on berm. This grass, actually a member of the iris family, blooms once a year in mid March. This project was designed by architect Gregory Thomas of CG&S Design Build. Mark Biechler of Pearson Landscape assisted in plant design and layout. Landscape
What is the blue flowered plant?
The plant is call Blue Eyed Grass. Its not really a grass but more closely related to the Iris. In Austin it blooms once a year in mid March. Prefers part shade to sun and has medium water
Blue-Eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium bellum) zones: 5
resistant and drought tolerant, Blue eyed grass (member of Iris family - blooms mid-March)
Blue-eyed Grass (related to the Iris family)
“Blue Eyed Grass” — james_calitri
Missouri Botanical Garden
Helictotrichon sempervirens
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blue oat grass / Helictotrichon sempervirens Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder: Chris Starbuck
keep your blue oat grass looking its best.
Blue oat grass. Evergreen. Drought tolerant. Deer resistance
Love blue oat grass in container
don't like most grasses like this... they look dead
nice use of blue oat grass in a container
Distinguishing traits. Blue oat grass is spiky, spunky and blue — characteristics that invite
comparisons to blue fescue. From afar, its large clumps and projected flowers are commanding and regal, but up close they bend and sway in a soft way, with long blue-gray blades radiating out from the center.
Distinguishing traits. Blue oat grass is spiky, spunky and blue — characteristics that invite comparisons to blue fescue. From afar, its large clumps and projected flowers are commanding and regal, but up close they bend and sway in a soft way, with long blue-gray blades radiating out from the center
“Love” — bearinger
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
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Pathway
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these appear to be bronze. Phormium tenax 'Bronze' - I love the combination with the blue festuca.
It is FESTUCA ‘’SISKIYOU BLUE’ Thanks for asking!
Probably blue oat grass, helichotricon sempervirens, or a blue fescue, festuca.
the puffy green grass on the right side is cool
Use of low water plants and grasses
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VILLA TRAVERTIN
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Orange pots and blue grass cobination
elmtree and blue grass in pots
"Here’s blue again snuggling up to orange to the benefit of both colors. The spiky blue grass, Festuca glauca, is
Blue grey grass in burnt orange pots
Here’s blue again snuggling up to orange to the benefit of both colors. The spiky blue grass, Festuca glauca, is the perfect companion to these orange egg pots. Neither feature overpowers the other, and together they once again make a great focal point.
The spiky blue grass, Festuca glauca, is the perfect companion to these orange egg pots
Here’s blue again snuggling up to orange to the benefit of both colors. The spiky blue grass, Festuca glauca, is the perfect companion to these orange egg pots. Neither feature overpowers the other, and together they once again make a great focal point.
“fajny wiąz” — olasob
Missouri Botanical Garden
Helictotrichon sempervirens
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blue oat grass / Helictotrichon sempervirens Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder: Chris Starbuck
Interesting looking grass it looks like the one in Hawaii
love the textural mixture with blue oat grass
Blue oat grass- use in front yard landscape
blue oat grass - plant in full sun
blue oat grass lavender whiet breth
Blue oat grass- front lawn: best color when full sun, well draining soil with deep
blue oat grass - nice shape and color
Blue Oat Grass. With a little maintenance, well-draining soil and deep, infrequent waterings, you should be able to grow blue oat grass with ease. It produces
your blue oat grass looking its best.
well-draining soil and deep, infrequent waterings, you should be able to grow blue oat grass with ease. It produces its best color when it's planted in full sun. In too much shade, the grass clump may flop over. Blue oat grass is considered evergreen, but in more extreme climates it may be considered
“Helictotrichon semp.” — Katarzyna Urbanska
Astrid Gaiser Garden Design, LLC
Very drought-tolerant, low maintenance, and year-round beautiful garden
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pretty little thing. could echo a hosta blue color in a border.
Elijah blue fescue - full sun. Needs supplemental water to look good. Short lived.
The most popular of all blue grasses, common blue fescue (Festuca glauca), zones 4-9
is a metallic blue during the spring and summer, though a touch greener in winter. It has the most delicate of flower heads in spring, held well above the foliage.
Blue Fescue (Festuca glauca) Blue fescue is the ornamental grass solution for gardeners seeking a low-growing and unusually colored plant. It's a small grass with striking icy blue-gray foliage, and it's perfect for massing at the front of a
The most popular of all blue grasses, common blue fescue (Festuca glauca), zones 4-9, is made for the smaller garden. It punches above its weight, bringing not only superb color but also movement with the discreet rippling of its blades in the wind. The foliage is a metallic blue during the spring and
“Grass” — anaplesea
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
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Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
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Very Very Beautiful! I also live in the PNW. Will the Blue Oat Grass and the Thymus survive without watering during the summer? I am looking for something low maintenance and eco friendly. If they dry out that's
What is the ornamental grass? Will it grow in Columbia, SC?
On the right side of the path, there is a clump of tall reddish-brown spires. They are in front of the ceonothus, and in between the two grasses. I looked at many salvias, but none resembled the spires in the picture. Are they Heucheras? Continue to be in awe of this exquisite design. Thanks
Are the Blue Irises drought -resistant too?
The purple flowers are Thymus serphyllum, red mother of thyme. The plant in the center is blue oat grass, Heliotrichon sempervirens. The taller grass behind these are Miscanthus gracillimus, Maiden grass and also siberian iris, iris siberica. Hope this helps. Scott,
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