This variety stands upright with bright blue foliage and tints of red throughout the season. Does not lodge and fall over
Bright blue foliage sticks straight up. A midwest native selection. Excellent yellow flowers change to beige. Can spread semi-aggresively.
Taller version of the Little Bluestem. Beautiful steel blue foliage stands straight up even after rain. Foliage turns red and purple in 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.
Drought tolerant grass that prefers minimal water. Blue spikey foliage with white to beige seed heads
Steely blue foliage turns beige in fall with deep red seed heads floating above. Very upright plant
Taller and bluer than the straight species, the drifts of steel blue clumps make a spectacular display in the shade. Insignificant, grass-like, greenish-white flowers appear in summer. Best growth will occurs in the sun but the plant will grow in shade.
Bright steely blue foliage with beige plumes. Tolerant of drought-like conditions. It can handle some light shade but has its best color in full sun.