Blue wheat grass is a slow-growing, well-behaved, evergreen grass. The color is a pale, almost metallic, blue. It works well in container gardens or mixed with other perennials toward the front of the border. It prefers well-drained soil and will do best in full sun. Matures at about 2-3′ tall by about 18″ wide. I like to cut mine to the ground in late winter-early spring.
Size: 1 Gallon
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