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Acorus gramineus ‘Ogon’ - Golden Variegated Sweet Flag
Zone 6
Grows 1' tall in full sun to light shade. Tolerates moisture.


Acorus gramineus ‘Pusillus Aurea’ - Dwarf Golden Sweet Flag
Zone 5
This dwarf grass grows 6" tall and has tiny narrow yellow foliage, making a charming clump for rock gardens or perhaps between stepping stones.

Acorus gramineus ‘Variegata’ - Variegated Sweet Flag
Zone 6
Upright evergreen grass-like foliage to 12". Thin leaves striped with cream and dark green. Grows best in partial shade and moist to wet soil.

Carex morrowii ‘Ice Dance’ - Ice Dance Sedge
Zone 5
A slowly spreading evergreen sedge with white and green striped foliage. Grows 12-15” tall in light to moderate shade. Looks great with ferns and hosta while brightening up the woodland garden.

Hakonechola macra 'All Gold' - Gold Japanese Forest Grass
Zone 5
Yellow-chartreuse blades stand to two feet on this shade loving grass.  Forms a small colony and is great for massing or as an accent color in shade.
Currently Out of Stock

Hakonechola macra 'Aureola' - Variegated Japanese Forest Grass
Zone 5
Yellow and green striping along the blades gives this shade-loving grass some character.  The 3' colony and two foot height makes this plant best in the foreground where the gardener can see the variegation up close.

Liriope spicata - Lily Turf
Zone 5
Excellent grass-like evergreen ground cover with small lavender flowers in late summer. Grows 12-15” in sun or shade.

Miscanthus sacchariflorus ‘Giganteus’ - Giant Miscanthus
Zone 6
Grows 10-12' before the brown and white plumes appear. Needs plenty of moisture which makes it great planted near ponds.

Miscanthus sinensis 'Caberet ’ - Caberet Japanese Silver Grass
Zone 5
Wide green leaves with a large white center. One of the showiest of the variegated grasses.  Grows 6-7' tall.

Miscanthus sinensis 'Malepartus’ - Malepartus Maiden Grass
Zone 5
This large (7') grass is best known for its dark red and prolific plumes.  Before it dries in place for the winter, it has a beautiful bronzy fall color.  Under-used as a specimen grass and deserves more attention in the industry.

Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus ’ - Maiden Grass
Zone 5
A fine textured Miscanthus growing only about 5-6' tall. Plumes late in October. You haven't seen a snow scene until you've seen this grass with snow on it! One of our favorites!

Miscanthus sinensis 'Nippon’ - Dwarf Japanese Silver Grass
Zone 5
'Nippon' is a superb selection with narrow leaves, slender habit and early-fall born inflorescence-held well above the leaves. Grows 3 1/2-4' tall.

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Silver Arrow’ - Variegated Japanese Silver Grass
Zone 5
An improved variegated grass with a nice vase shape reaching 5-6' tall.
Currently out of Stock

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Superstripe’ - Superstripe Zebra Grass
Zone 5
A full sized Zebra grass with foliage up to 4' and plumes up to 7'.  Has an improved horizontal gold banding across the foliage.  Great as a specimen, forms an attractive upright arching clump.
Currently out of Stock

Opiopogon japonicus - Japanese Mondo Grass
Zone 6
Small slow spreading grassy perennial with light pink flowers in late spring and blue-black fruits late in the season.  Place in a protected location.

Opiopogon japonicus 'Nana' - Dwarf Japanese Mondo Grass
Zone 6
Smaller version of Japanese Mondo Grass with a tighter clumping habit.  Better in situations where height and space is at a premium.

Ophiopogon planiscapes - Mondo Grass
Zone 6
Grows 10-12" & clumps up rapidly. Evergreen leaves make an excellent border or groundcover.

Ophiopogon planiscapes ‘Black Knight’ - Black Knight Mondo Grass
Zone 6
Black leaves! Small lavender flower spikes within the foliage in August. Leaves this color are not often seen.


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