Grasses & Ferns

BOLD means new to us; Wd-well drained; M-moist; W-woodland; Hr-humus rich; DH-deadhead; P-poor; S-sandy; Ps-part shade; X-excellent; Gc- ground cover; N-neutral; A-acid; Alk-alkaline; ^-winter protection; Lm-leaf Mould; F-fertile; Mt-moisture retentive.  MOST GRASSES ARE DEER RESISTANT

Miscanthus-is a warm weather growing plant;need sun & water in dry conditions- Most Grasses are deer resistant and prefer a Neutral to Acidic soil.

Grasses / Ferns 2021
fern Athyrium n Regal Red PS/M/HR_20"- arching, lance-shaped, bright red to burgundy fronds with contrasting bright silver edges. Slowly spreading, 12.99
fern Athyrium x Ghost PS/M/HR- 3'; (Lady Fern) strong vase-shape with distinctly upright ghostly silvery gray fronds; 12.99
grass Calamagrotis Karl Forester Sun-ps/F//Dry Soil/M M/wd-3-5'-a cool season grass that grows most rapidly in the spring season w early blooms.Non invasive is a clump-forming decorative grass, with an upward architectural growth habit,thrives well in clay soil...6' tall pink flowers, non invasive, tall reed grass $12.99
fern Matteuccia Ostrich Pshade-/wd/M-6'-Ostrich Fern;clump forming upward arching fronds;Fiddleheads;cinnamon fronds $12.99
grass Miscanthus giganteus Sun/M/F-up to 13' bamboo-like stems; warm season grass that is very cold tolerent; Large creamcolored fall plumes last all winter $12.99
grass Miscanthus s Graziilla Sun/M/F-6'- copper red fall foliage. White flowers appear on tassel-like plumes above the foliage late summer $12.99
grass Miscanthus s Little Miss Sun/M/F-3'-green radiating to brilliant carmine and purple tones in summer, intensifying in fall. Foliage clumps $12.99
grass Miscanthus s purpurenscens Sun/M/F-4'- (Flame Grass)upright clump of dark-green leaves, flame-orange and bronze in the autumn, particularly in warm regions. $12.99
grass Miscanthus s Siberfeder Sun/M/F 8`;Large, feathery plumes that emerge a shimmering pinkish-silver in late summer give this grass its name, 'Silver Feather'. $12.99
grass Papyrus King/Medium & BabyTut- A Sun-ps/M/Hr-lovely garden acccent, great heads, shelter from wind one season-4' & taller- Excellent $9.99
grass Pennisetum Purple Fountain A Sun-ps/M/Hr-3'-the foliage is topped with slender feathery pinkish flowers plumes, up to 15 in. long Excellent $9.99
grass Pennisetum Vertigo (Purple Fountain A Sun-ps/M/Hr-Black Fountain Grass-This is a big grass—it will grow up over your head if you water it enough- Excellent $9.99
grass Silver Grass Variegatus Sun/M/F 2'-A gracefully arching ornamental grass, dark green blades highlighted by creamy white stripes. Invasive plant with caution $9.99
Helpul Hint: fertilize in april/may & again in early july with a granular all purpose fertilizer 4-12-8. Divide most all perennials in spring or late fall. Iris are best divided in july/august and peonies in late september.Remove spent flowers to keep a neat appearance,to remove unwanted seed heads & sometimes to encourage reblooming.

 

Helpul Hint: fertilize in april/may & again in early july with a granular all purpose fertilizer 4-12-8. Divide most all perennials in spring or late fall. Iris are best divided in july/august and peonies in late september.Remove spent flowers to keep a neat appearance,to remove unwanted seed heads & sometimes to encourage reblooming.