Bright blue foliage sticks straight up. A midwest native selection. Excellent yellow flowers change to beige. Can spread semi-aggresively.
Great native plant for any landscape. Seeds have a fragrance that some describe as buttered popcorn, while others say cilantro. Very wispy in habit. Extremely drought tolerant.
Selection of the native that grows very uniform. The best plant ever for underneath a company sign. Seed heads reach the bottom of the sign but do not go over. Plants are very symetrical and stand at attention. Fragrant flowers.
This variety stands upright with bright blue foliage and tints of red throughout the season. Does not lodge and fall over
The ultimate landscaper plant. Can handle sun or shade, wet or dry. Does best in full sun though with good amounts of moisture. Also salt tolerant. White plumes in summer change to copper-brown.
Dwarf grass that stays low to the ground. Great matrix plant to interplant with short coneflowers and groundcovers like Mazus reptans or Veronica ‘Waterperry Blue’
Native grass with blue-green foliage and fantastic reds and purples in fall. Small white to brown flowers in early fall
Low growing version. Rounded habit with green foliage turning to reds and oranges in fall.
Strictly upright steel blue variety changing to tones of purple and red in fall. Great selection from Brent Horvath at Intrinsic Perennial Gardens
Extremely deep purple foliage throughout the entire growing season. Slower growing and to establish. Strictly upright growing.