Helictotrichon sempervirens resembles Blue Fescue in color and form yet is more arching and larger in size. Straw-colored flower spikes rise above foliage to about 2 feet. Blue gray clumps grow 3 feet wide and are ideal for use in rock gardens, with other grasses or in mixed plantings. Look for the variety ‘Sapphire’ that has bolder foliage and is brighter blue in color. In areas where winters are cold the plant can go partially dormant but will remain evergreen in milder areas. Clean out leaves when they turn brown. Grow in full sun in well-drained, well-amended soils.
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